‹ Refusal Refused ›
Meanings and phrases
- food that is discarded (as from a kitchen); garbage; food waste; scraps
- show unwillingness towards; decline
- refuse to accept; reject; pass up; turn down; decline
- elude, especially in a baffling way; defy; resist
- refuse to let have; deny
- refuse entrance or membership; reject; turn down; turn away
- resist immunologically the introduction of some foreign tissue or organ; resist; reject
- someone employed to collect and dispose of refuse; garbage man; garbageman; garbage collector; garbage carter; garbage hauler; dustman
- an accumulation of refuse and discarded matter; garbage heap; junk heap; rubbish heap; scrapheap; trash heap; junk pile; trash pile
- 94.9% of households have regular refuse collection service.
- Allerdale Borough Council provides refuse collection, streetlighting, and other modern amenities.
- Infrastructure and services run by the council include: clearing snow in winter, city wardens, maintaining parks, refuse collection, sewage, street cleaning and street lighting.
- The appellate court cannot refuse to listen to the appeal.
- He then received an offer that he simply could not refuse.
- "It's a great shock to me because I did not refuse to go to camp.
- Rory and Amy refuse to accept their fate and flee to the roof.
- Initially, the families refuse to accept them but finally come around.
- As that comes to an end, he leaves us a lesson: to refuse to accept any injustice."
- She also has the right to refuse to live with her husband's father, mother and siblings.
- Liberal governments, for their part, have long adhered to the view that the Governor General does not have the right to refuse dissolution from the prime minister.
- Finally, in the event that the king failed to abide by the laws of the state, or tried to limit or question nobles’ privileges, they had the right to refuse the king's commands, and to oppose him by force of arms.