rejected[ verb ri-jekt; noun ree-jekt ]SEE DEFINITION OF rejected
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REJECTED
All pursuits that serve to connect the soul with the world whence it came are rejected.
It will not be sufficient that the rash counsels of human passion are rejected.
He had given back to her the gift of life, which she had rejected.
The night before, he had proposed to a girl and had been rejected.
"Cheer up, Mary, for I seek to comfort you," answered the rejected lover.
What other false doctrine besides these two is to be rejected?
Is the true doctrine to be rejected because we do not understand it?
She was entirely deaf to his offers, and rejected them with the utmost disdain.
And the next day Perrin told me that my proposal was rejected.
Steam, in all its applications, was argued against and rejected; yet it has prevailed.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR REJECTED
- excess baggage
- left out in cold
- not in the picture
- shut out