Noun(1) the person or thing that is rejected or set aside as inferior in quality
Verb(1) refuse to accept or acknowledge(2) refuse to accept(3) deem wrong or inappropriate(4) reject with contempt(5) resist immunologically the introduction of some foreign tissue or organ(6) refuse entrance or membership(7) dismiss from consideration or a contest
(1) They realised that being evil is no matter because people will always reject you.(2) In doing so we cut ourselves off from every aspect of our life - from other people who will reject us, from our wicked past, our hopeless future and from nature itself.(3) In total, slightly more than 75 percent of union members voted to reject the contract.(4) Fourth, typing is more distancing than talking: it is easier to dismiss or reject a respondent textually than verbally.(5) God will never reject me but people may.(6) Never leave a popular classmate stranded with a social reject for group projects.(7) 54.87 per cent of French voters reject the European Union's new constitution.(8) In many instances, bodies reject transplant organs because their immune systems see them as foreign tissue.(9) The results also show that female heart transplant patients were more likely than men to reject the organ.(10) Michael had the tainted innocence of an outcast, but I knew he was better than the very people who would reject him.(11) Should the union accept or reject the Communist party's leading role in government?(12) She hated her sister's vanity and secretly hoped Lucas would reject her.(13) reject china plates(14) She banished me from her caravan but not before I had stolen her magic crystal ball and called her a reject .(15) Hardly any of them was a political reject , who had to be accommodated in a gilded cage like the Raj Bhawan.(16) He was part of a Saskatchewan delegation that visited several European capitals last October to get the European Union to reject the ban.
(1) to reject :: ukatzeko
(2) accept or reject :: onartu edo ukatzeko
1. substandard article ::
2. failure ::
3. cull ::
5. rebuff ::
6. turn away ::
7. disapprove ::
8. spurn ::
9. decline ::
10. eliminate ::
11. resist ::
1. allow ::
2. concede ::
3. grant ::
4. let ::
5. permit ::
reject, rejected, rejecting, rejects
Word Example from TV Shows
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I accept your premise,
I REJECT your conclusion.
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 16
You REJECT me right
now and tie things up.
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 22
They make their will known to us, and it's
up to us to either accept or REJECT it.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 3
Later, we REJECT the body
that we spilled it onto.
Money Heist Season 3, Episode 5
Reject this gift,
and I shall show you no mercy.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 7
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