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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of reject.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Thrown back: in entomology, noting the scutellum when it is exteriorly visible, but lies between the pronotum and the elytra, instead of between the bases of the latter, as in the coleopterous genus Passalus.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. rebuffed (by a lover) without warning
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It was supposed to be released by Warner Music Group's Reprise Records, but the label rejected it.
The EU had said it wouldn't extend Kyoto's emissions limits beyond next year unless all countries agree to start talks for a new accord that's "legally binding," a phrase rejected by the U.S. on the grounds that China, the world's biggest greenhouse- gas emitter, isn't willing to fully participate in such a treaty.
I'd be interested to hear the 2nd album which the label rejected in its entirety.
Brian Cole, stood behind the couple and told me that from his perspective, he could only see the face of the Register of Deeds, as he wrote the word "rejected" in the corner of the application.
Garzon named Franco and 44 of his late collaborators as suspects, arguing that they had tried to systematically exterminate leftists in crimes against humanity, a term rejected by the public prosecutor's office.
Jack, I think "rejected" is much too harsh of a word.
I HATE them so much that I write them, LOTS of them, just so I can burn them, mock them, steady my uneven kitchen table leg with them, line my cat's litter with them, and most importantly send them to agents so they can feel unloved, exposed and just plain rejected!
The facts are that Sarah Palin rejected the money for the Bridge To Nowhere.
Each boy who was characterized as rejected or neglected by the sociometrics was then recruited to participate in a six-week after-school program.
Sounds like he is "profiling" southerners ..... wasn't it a northern city that kids were rejected from the pool?
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