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Reject — synonyms, reject antonyms, definition
1. reject (a)
fragmentary piecemeal scrap
2. reject (Noun)
cast-off cull discard second
reject (Noun) — The person or thing that is rejected or set aside as inferior in quality.
2 types of
deciding decision making
3. reject (Verb)
abandon abhor abjure abominate attack avoid banish bar boot bow cast down cause to fall chase chuck condemn criticise criticize crush damn damn with faint praise • • •
reject (Verb) — Refuse to accept or acknowledge.
ex. "I reject the idea of starting a war" ex. "The journal rejected the student's paper"
reject (Verb) — Not accept.
ex. "He rejected my offer of hospitality"
reject (Verb) — Deem wrong or inappropriate.
reject (Verb) — Refuse with contempt.
ex. "She rejected his advances"
reject (Verb) — Resist immunologically the introduction of some foreign tissue or organ.
ex. "His body rejected the liver of the donor"
reject (Verb) — Deny entrance or membership.
ex. "Black people were often rejected by country clubs"
reject (Verb) — Dismiss from consideration or a contest.
ex. "John was rejected as a possible suspect because he had a strong alibi"
8 types of
decline evaluate judge pass judgment react refuse reply respond
bounce brush aside brush off deprecate deter disbelieve discount discourage discredit dishonor dishonour dismiss disown disregard ignore object push aside rebuff recuse renounce • • •