Definitions

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  • noun A person who has been rejected

Etymologies

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reject +‎ -ee

Examples

  • Thus, a rejection for a job rarely actually means that the "rejectee" would not be able to do that job pretty well.

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  • -- "Bachelor" Season 14 castoff Elizabeth and "Bachelorette" Season 5 rejectee Jesse K. had a recent fling that has left Elizabeth head-over-heels and Jesse K. thinking they're "just friends ... but I'm kind of getting the impression that she thinks of us as more."

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  • I know he was on a network athletic competition show, and a rejectee on The Dating Game.

    Battle of the Network Stars!

  • I know he was on a network athletic competition show, and a rejectee on The Dating Game.

    Battle of the Network Stars!

  • I know he was on a network athletic competition show, and a rejectee on The Dating Game.

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  • The point is that under the system I am teaching you in this book, you are the rejector, not the rejectee.

    Hot Prospects

  • When dealing with rejection, people should always try to put themselves in the other person's shoes - whether they are the rejector or the rejectee.

    Freedom of Speech vs Article Rejection

  • The point is that under the system I am teaching you in this book, you are the rejector, not the rejectee.

    Hot Prospects

  • See, in every hookup there is a rejecter and a rejectee.

    The Hookup Handbook

  • But by not calling you, he actually turned the tables and left you in the undesirable position of being the rejectee.

    The Hookup Handbook

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