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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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The results in those studies showed that rejected helpers, in an effort to deal with the threat to the self posed by the rejection, were less willing to associate further with the recipient of the offer than were accepted helpers, devalued the rejecter to a greater extent than they did to the self, and felt more strongly than did accepted helpers that the recipient of the offer had not realized the importance of accepting help.
While the rejecters are not likely to come to overtly religious activities, the experimenters might be eager groupies who sign up for everything.
According to Chris Phillips, a technology manager for BP, one possibility could be reusing the gas as a miscible rejecter to enhance recovery of more oil.
Les femmes poetes ontariennes denoncent un monde desorientant, ou pour certaines le seul moyen de s'assumer est de rejecter l'homme, de se creer un monde a l'abri de sa perception.
His, however, was not the Joyce of "silence, exile, and cunning," the rejecter of his country and countrymen, but rather the new "green" Joyce now seen as the true modern representative of a repressed Catholic class and consciousness (in spite of - or even because of - his abandonment of things Catholic).
The system's servo-cam rejecter will gently redirect any non-conforming container from the production stream without damage or spillage.
Tenders are invited for Design, supply, testing and commissioning of rejecter filter for 200 kw mw am-drm transmitter at air nangli, delhi.
The study also stresses the advantage of hybrid GHPs in areas of limited land availability, and suggest a design procedure, which sizes the ground loop for the heating loads, and size the supplemental heat rejecter for the difference in the cooling load.
Nathaniel Hawthorne, whose friendship Emerson tried to cultivate, wrote in his 1842 journal that Emerson was "that everlasting rejecter of all that is, and seeker for he knows not what.
We were then able to determine whether a television advertising rejecter is also a rejecter of each of the other media.
The Garden Rejecter (eight per cent): Get no enjoyment from it and consider it a bore - for people with no lives.
In other words, 30 years later, the cable industry still tends to wear its inferiority complex on its sleeve - playing the jilted suitor inviting its rejecter to the prom.
It may also be that Papert, by his own account, has always been outside of school--an early rejecter of its format and constraints.
1995) also suggests that it may be advantageous to operate the supplemental heat rejecter during night-time hours for storage of low temperature energy (cold storage) in the ground.
But the tragedy of the rejection of an out-of-touch leftism is that the rejecters embrace something worse.