‹ Reithrodontomys Rejected ›
Meanings and phrases
- the person or thing that is rejected or set aside as inferior in quality; cull
- refuse to accept or acknowledge
- refuse to accept; refuse; pass up; turn down; decline
- deem wrong or inappropriate; disapprove
- reject with contempt; spurn; freeze off; scorn; pooh-pooh; disdain; turn down
- refuse entrance or membership; turn down; turn away; refuse
- resist immunologically the introduction of some foreign tissue or organ; resist; refuse
- dismiss from consideration or a contest; rule out; eliminate; winnow out
- Yet Miłosz did not reject the concept entirely.
- They do not reject their homosexuality.
- But, like Jane Austen, she does not reject Wollstonecraft's ideas.
- The creditors have 45 days to accept or reject the consumer proposal.
- Toriel offers to provide a home for the human; the player can choose to accept or reject this.
- The player swipes left or right on a card depicting an advisor, in order to accept or reject their suggestion.
- However, many distributists reject the idea of eliminating social security.
- Consequently, they reject the idea that contractualists or egoists could be ethical objectivists.
- Some authors have speculated that Ælle may have led the Saxon forces at this battle, while others reject the idea out of hand.