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reject

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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Based on a broad historical overview and empirical analysis, the authors categorize the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) and its various offshoots as participators, Salafis as conditionalists, al-Qaeda as well as the Taliban as rejectors, Iranian Shia Islamism as participatory, and Turkey's ruling AK Party as post-Islamist.
However, except this factor, there are significant differences among Postponers, Opponents and Rejectors with respect to all the others factors under study.
On the fuel management side, Sturman has just introduced its new SI diesel injector which combines the advantages of mechanical unit rejectors, high pressure common rail injectors, and intensifier style injectors in a single package complete with active rate shaping.
For presentation clarity, we will refer to these groups as status acceptors and status rejectors.
Songs like these won't transform the media or "elevate" a generation of news rejectors.
Some may be inclined not to accept that a "no-nonsense" attitude towards criminals, drug takers and rejectors of social values is desirable or effective.
For HCW's resource concerns and the ease with which they are installed were significant in distinguishing adopters and rejectors.
Gross and Levitt, for example, equate rationalism with rationality and treat critics of classical rationalism (the doctrine that reason is the supreme element in the universe and in human life) as rejectors of rationality.
This is more than can be said for some of Ogburn's critics, who place themselves in the position of being rejectors and detractors of his work without even bothering to test empirically the many hypotheses easily deducible from Ogburn's formulation of the process of social change (1951, p.
Yet this tells us that we are still within the domain of traditional Christianity's stance towards the Jews, which sees the Pharisees as rejectors of salvation.
For example, if parasites do not kill all offspring in every host nest from which their eggs have been removed, then host ejection of parasite eggs could be successful, and a state of equilibrium with alternative strategies of host acceptors and rejectors could be reached.