Definitions of "exception"
  1. An exclusion or instance of something that doesn't fall under a general statement or law
  2. The act or an instance when a rule or law is not applied due to certain circumstances
  3. The formal, typically written, objection raised against a judge's decision in a court case
How to use "exception" in a sentence
  1. The new policy applies to everyone, with no exception for long-term employees.
  2. In their case, an exception was made due to their unique circumstances.
  3. The attorney filed an exception to the judge's ruling, arguing that it was unjust.

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