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  • During production of the game, many levels were rejected for one reason or another.
  • When he arrived, however, they rejected him because of his race.
  • If she did not and put it beside her, she rejected his proposal.
  • That is, it rejected democratic elections and kept its old leaders in power.
  • He was known to give up trying to sell a story after it had been once rejected.
  • She has said that she never wanted children as a result of her father rejecting her.
  • People without a source of income can be rejected by the governor.
  • Thus the new Soviet government agreed to terms worse than those they had previously rejected.
  • According to one book review, both of these claims have been rejected by other scholars.
  • None of these models can be or have been completely rejected, and yet none alone are sufficient.
  • It is taught that some will accept them, and others will reject them.
  • Eventually he rejects one woman only to be abandoned by the other.
  • One can still live fully while rejecting hope, and, in fact, can only do so without hope.
  • After she rejects his efforts, he realizes that her free spirit is gone.
  • The player can either keep that card for her or his hand or reject the card.
  • He was rejected due to his age, however.
  • I don't reject any policy without considering what its results are.
  • The service then asks the called party if they want to accept or reject the call.
  • The tradition is not supported by any historical evidence and is rejected by modern historians.
  • Children of church members were attending college, only to reject the faith of their parents.
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Meaning of reject

  • verb Refuse to accept or acknowledge
    I reject the idea of starting a war, The journal rejected the student's paper
  • verb Reject with contempt
    She spurned his advances
  • verb Refuse entrance or membership
    They turned away hundreds of fans, Black people were often rejected by country clubs