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Synonyms for reject

Synonyms for reject

to be unwilling to accept, consider, or receive

to refuse to recognize or acknowledge

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the person or thing that is rejected or set aside as inferior in quality

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deem wrong or inappropriate

resist immunologically the introduction of some foreign tissue or organ

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dismiss from consideration or a contest

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A 1000 metric ton/24 hr corrugating medium mill using 100% recycled fiber can generate more than 50 metric tons of rejects per day.
I could reject your offer based on the fact that your client Nike has--through commercials such as these--outrageously manipulated the youth market, so that even low-income adolescents are compelled to buy products they do not need at prices they cannot afford.
If the buyer wrongfully rejects the goods or revokes acceptance, the seller has a number of recourses, including withholding delivery, reselling the goods, canceling the contract or (infrequently) recovering the entire price of the contract if resale of the goods has not been possible.
COUNTRY SHARING SHARING SHARING Saudi Arabia accept reject reject Saudi Kuwait reject accept accept Qatar reject accept accept UAE accept reject reject Iraq reject reject reject Libya reject reject accept Algeria reject reject accept Iran reject reject accept Nigeria accept accept reject Indonesia reject reject accept Venezuela reject reject accept TOTAL ACCEPTED 3 3 7 TOTAL REJECTED 8 8 4
Most of the rejected applicants had applied to companies that automatically reject all MS applicants.
That is exactly what the ACLJ amicus brief requested in urging the state's highest court to reject the appeal.
The reject handling equipment encompasses four ANDRITZ Reject Compactors ReCo that will compact rejects to the required dryness needed for further processing.
If we accept the state return, but the IRS rejects the federal return, don't retransmit the state return," said Beach.
The problem was a complete inability to produce acceptable parts--a 100% reject rate.
Associated Press quoted Archbishop Peter Akinola of Nigeria, chair of the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA), at a news conference in Nairobi in April that African Anglican leaders have agreed to reject funding from the United States.
This study also provides insights into some inherent limitations of fractionation in regard to reject thickening.
Ironically, in attempting to identify our mentality, Hansen has put his finger on that which we reject.
Indeed, according to Loader, at stake is the ability to reject thoroughly oppressive social values that the biblical writers themselves were captive to.
Now, by using the Reviewing toolbar (see exhibit 8, page 74), the originator can accept or reject changes reviewers made.
Oates and Goelzer's views and demonstrate that Congress intended not to reject, but to adopt, the definitional guidance set forth in the SEC's 2000 auditor independence rule--including the rule's definitional exceptions for tax services.