Thesaurus / rejected

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I know not by what majority, for you did not read the record; I know not by whose votes; but that rule was rejected.
Mr. Hartland was every thing which a reasonable woman could desire in a spouse, and accordingly his suit was not rejected.
TALES OF MY TIME, VOL. 1 (OF 3)WILLIAM PITT SCARGILL
Why should he marry this girl, rejected of her former lover, who now hung upon his arm?
THE BERTRAMSANTHONY TROLLOPE
A suggestion,' says he, 'may be ever so old; but it is not exhausted until it is acted upon, or rejected on sufficient reason.'
Every idea of prevention was rejected, as conveying an improper suspicion of the ministers of the crown.
The bill to appoint visitors to inspect female convents and religious houses has been rejected.
The bill, not being repassed by two-thirds of both houses, was rejected.
It will probably be rejected by the House of Lords; and at all events I have reason to expect some equivalent.
Various names were discussed, and sons and grandsons were brought forward, only to be rejected one after another.
ON THE INDIAN TRAILEGERTON RYERSON YOUNG
The offering of fruits made by Cain is rejected by him; the bloody sacrifice of Abel is accepted.
THE BIBLEJOHN E. REMSBURG

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