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verb abandon, abhor, abjure, abnegate, banish, blackball, boycott, brush aside, cashier, cast aside, cast away, cast off, challenge, contravene, controvert, decline, demur, deny, despise, detest, disaffirm, disallow, disapprove, disavow, disbelieve, discard, disclaim, discount, disdain, disinherit, dismiss, disown, dispute, dissent, dodge, eject, eliminate, eradicate, excise, exclude, expel, extirpate, extract, forbid, forswear, gainsay, get rid of, hold in contempt, ignore, impugn, jeer, jettison, jilt, keep out, lay aside, leave out, neglect, object, oppose, ostracize, oust, overrule, pass by, pass over, preclude, proscribe, protest, rebuff, refuse, refuse to accept, reeuse to consider, reicere, remove, renounce, repel, repudiare, repudiate, repulse, revolt, scoff at, scout, scrap, screen out, set aside, shun, slight, snub, spurn, take exception to, throw aside, throw out, traverse, uproot, veto, vote against, waive, weed out
See also: abrogate, annul, ban, bar, censor, challenge, condemn, contemn, counteract, decry, defect, demonstrate, demur, denounce, deny, deprecate, differ, disaccord, disaffirm, disagree, disallow, disavow, disbelieve, discard, disclaim, discriminate, disdain, disfavor, dismiss, disobey, disoblige, disown, disqualify, dissent, eliminate, eschew, exclude, expel, fight, forgo, forswear, gainsay, ignore, oppose, outlaw, overrule, prohibit, proscribe, protest, rebuff, refuse, relegate, relinquish, remove, renounce, repudiate, repulse, resign, select, set aside, spurn, waive
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This metallographic examination confirmed that rejected parts exhibited rejectable metallurgical properties.
In this context, the word "defect" means any flaw condition recognized by any of the applicable engineering and construction codes as acceptable or rejectable, and any other conditions existing in a component or material.
The restricted version is rejectable in all the pairwise comparisons in Tables 2-7, with the exception of Table 5 (individual training) for which the chi-square test value is just below significance.
Owens' adolescent protagonist Chikako revolts against her eminently rejectable home and work environments where her superiors are tyrannical and her work-mates conformist, while her father is manically workaholic, her mother uncritically sexist, and her brother spoilt.
F3 has produced a better product for DVD and made rejectable materials acceptable to our most discriminating foreign television clients," stated Scott Grossman, Executive Director, Technical Operations for MGM Worldwide Distribution Services.
this study will also help define the recoverable potential of water by source and the conditions to make this rejectable water to the natural environment and / or storm water network and / or reusable for watering type of uses .
Even so, UEW states the comparison between Finnic and Mansi is rejectable due to the Finnic consonant cluster *rp.
In contrast, it is perfectly intelligible to think that a candidate principle might explain all the relevant moral judgements that we have made and yet turn out to be reasonably rejectable.
Nor would the demand that contractualist principles should not be reasonably rejectable seem to restrict them to those that regulate purely personal reasons.
With that final qualification in place, what is in question is not whether a principle is reasonably rejectable simpliciter, but whether it can be reasonably rejected by those who are affected by one's actions--and, of course, one obvious difference between justifying a principle that balances personal reasons and one that balances impersonal reasons is that in the first case but not the second those whose interests are affected can be parties to the process of justification.
Because of the large sample size, all models are statistically rejectable.