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excepted

Syllabification: ex·cept·ed
Pronunciation: /ikˈseptəd
 
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Definition of excepted in English:

adjective

[postpositive]
Not included in the category or group specified: most museums (the Getty excepted) have small acquisitions budgets
More example sentences
  • In my present state of hyper-activity, examination scripts excepted of course, I'm not sure I can wait that long.
  • I think the entire hurling world, Tipperary excepted of course, would rejoice in a Waterford win on Sunday.
  • ‘Access land’ is land which has been shown by the Countryside Agency on conclusive maps of open country and registered common land, and which is not excepted land.

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