exempt

All Adjective Verb
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  • They held office for life, and were exempt from all other public duties.
  • Physical reasons such as high blood pressure could get a man exempted.
  • An additional family member was exempted from service for each additional twenty slaves owned.
  • Those who had been appointed before the passage of this Act were exempted.
  • Also some services are exempt like a doctor's medical attention.
  • They were exempted from service for these, and also extended royal protection.
  • Hunting to some extent may however be allowed and some birds may be exempted.
  • The Governor's staff is appointed and therefore largely exempt from state civil service laws.
  • Initially there were only seven on the list to be exempted from the act.
  • All real property and personal property is subject to tax unless specifically exempted by law.
  • Married women were also later called up, although pregnant women and those with young children were exempt.
  • Those exempt from the new rule are said to have grandfather rights or acquired rights.
  • Did I question the release of working documents which can be exempt?
  • His academic performance exempted him from all final exams during the last two years of school.
  • He was exempted from war service due to poor health.
  • They can be also exempted if they have no brothers or they are the only supporters for their family.
  • About half of the field is made up of players who are fully exempt from qualifying.
  • A passenger vehicle is exempt from the program for the first seven model years.
  • It was some time after the war began that the rule was made exempting from service every man with more than six children. Cited from The Living Present, by Gertrude Franklin Horn Atherton
  • The southern and eastern walls are more steep and thus exempt of snow.
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Meaning of exempt

  • verb Grant relief or an exemption from a rule or requirement to
    She exempted me from the exam
  • adjective (of persons) freed from or not subject to an obligation or liability (as e.g. taxes) to which others or other things are subject
    a beauty somehow exempt from the aging process, exempt from jury duty, only the very poorest citizens should be exempt from income taxes