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  • EN [ ɪkˈsept]
  • US [ ɪkˈsept]

English definition


  • 1. take exception to;

    • "he demurred at my suggestion to work on Saturday"
  • 2. prevent from being included or considered or accepted;

    • "The bad results were excluded from the report"
    • "Leave off the top piece"

Example sentences

  • He could do little except write.

  • He works every day except Sunday.

  • She is pretty except for the fact that her eyes are too big.

  • Apart from [ Except for ] a few grammatical mistakes, this composition of yours is well written.

  • The region is uninhabited except for a few scattered mountain villages.

  • The matter can not be discussed except at a personal interview.

  • Nobody else is worthy except him.

  • I didn't see him, except casually, in two months.

  • We all went except him.

  • I like her except when she is angry.

  • You will all be punished, I can except no one.

  • The weather was good except for an occasional shower.

  • Except for smoking and drinking, he is a thrifty man.

  • The women and children could do nothing except eat during the journey.

  • No admittance except on business.

  • He goes to office every day except ( on ) Sunday.

  • Everyone knew each other well, except for the new guy Jason, who was the joker in the pack.

  • Except for a small pang, her headache has gone.

  • Except for the remarkably tidy kitchen, the place was a mess.

  • Except for a patina of charisma, he was like a thousand other bright young men in Toronto.

  • The room was silent except for her sobbing.

  • The Marshall Plan did not include Britain, except peripherally.

  • We would have come straight here, except our flight got in too late.

  • The foggy streets were virtually empty, except for the occasional evening stroller.

  • These muscles work in a steady state for most of the race except at the end when the athlete puts on a spurt.

  • Arrange all the vegetables except the potatoes in layers.

  • Money was a commodity she never thought about except in the abstract.

  • There was no mail except the usual junk addressed to the occupier.

  • Mr Muite refused to talk to them except in the company of his legal colleagues, whereupon the police officers departed.

  • They didn't have to do anything except sit back and enjoy life.

Synonym discrimination

  • besides, but, except, except for


Meaning of except

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