excepted - meaning and definition. What is excepted
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What (who) is excepted - definition

ORGANIZATION
Excepted Service; Excepted Civil Service

excepted      
You use excepted after you have mentioned a person or thing to show that you do not include them in the statement you are making. (FORMAL)
Jeremy excepted, the men seemed personable...
ADV: n ADV
Excepted      
·Impf & ·p.p. of Except.
Excepted service         
The excepted service is the part of the United States federal civil service that is not part of either the competitive service or the Senior Executive Service. It provides streamlined hiring processes to be used under certain circumstances.

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Excepted service

The excepted service is the part of the United States federal civil service that is not part of either the competitive service or the Senior Executive Service. It provides streamlined hiring processes to be used under certain circumstances.

Pronunciation examples for excepted
1. uninformed, and present company today excepted,
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2. Silicon Valley excepted-- dominated by debt provision,
Westlake _ Talks at Google
3. Nobody is excepted from these laws.
Robert Greene _ The Laws of Human Nature _ Talks at Google
4. Most of the garbage, human waste excepted,
The Call of Everest _ Conrad Anker _ Talks at Google
5. I should have completely excepted the last couple
Wine Lover's Daughter _ Anne Fadiman & Lynn Stegner _ Talks at Google
Examples of use of excepted
1. Jones excepted, the rest followed in a predictable heap.
2. The strikes would probably be intended to destroy military, political and (oil excepted) economic infrastructure.
3. Monarchs excepted, Castro was the world‘s longest ruling head of state.
4. What has he ever got right (smoking ban excepted), that he thinks we will trust him?
5. I find Shaw‘s relentless lack of seriousness and inability to confront an emotional life, Heartbreak House possibly excepted, off–putting.