Exception [noun]

Definition of Exception:

leaving out

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Sentence/Example of Exception:

The pandemic has shaken up plans for everyone, and weddings are no exception.

There are exceptions, of course, and Wade cited the Minnesota Lynx as a team that “really gets up in your grill.”

Disasters always tend to hit the most vulnerable among us hardest, and the pandemic is no exception.

A notable exception was Wisconsin, where 75 percent of votes were cast absentee despite nothing being mailed to them.

Although the SARS-CoV-2 virus is most often fatal in patients who are elderly or have chronic medical conditions such as diabetes, heart disease or high blood pressure, exceptions that bring down apparently healthy young people are commonplace.

This has largely been possible because work-from-home became the rule rather than the exception the world over.

First held in 1903, the Tour de France has gone on every year since, with the only exceptions being during the first and second World Wars.

Physical events typically break right as often as they break left, but some of the particles in cosmic ray showers tap into one of nature’s rare exceptions.

It concerns the exceptions to the rules, the objects that do not fit into any larger category.

The major exception is the nation’s longstanding and deep love for the NHS – which points to one key reason behind the level of compliance.