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  • noun Plural form of rejectionist.

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Examples

  • But de Klerk is no fool: his move was carefully calibrated to call the rejectionists 'bluff.

    The Gambling Man

  • But de Klerk is no fool: his move was carefully calibrated to call the rejectionists 'bluff.

    The Gambling Man

  • The loyalists or the old Saddamists who want to stay in power, the rejectionists are the ones that don't want any kind of unified Iraq, and the terrorists are the people or the jihadists who are coming from out of the country.

    CNN Transcript Dec 1, 2005

  • And those who rejected the left's rectification movement were called rejectionists, or revisionists.

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  • And those who rejected the left's rectification movement were called rejectionists, or revisionists.

    mongster's nest

  • And those who rejected the left's rectification movement were called rejectionists, or revisionists.

    mongster's nest

  • Because the new and important phase of Arab and Muslim movement toward convincing the administration of George W Bush to work hard on establishing a Palestinian state, it is the duty of the Syrian government, as well as Arab people who belong to the "rejectionists," to decide.

    Raghida Dergham: The Need for Bravery and Frankness Before the Peace Option

  • Like most hardline Sunnis, Abdul Rahman employed the word "rejectionists," used as a derogatory term to describe Shiites because they opted out of the Sunni school of Islamic theology.

    Saudi Arabia and its Apologists

  • He divided the "enemy in Iraq" into three groups – the Sunni "rejectionists," who resent having lost their privileged status; the Sunni "Saddamists," who retain loyalty to ousted dictator Saddam Hussein; and the foreign "terrorists," who have entered Iraq to fight the American invaders and generally spread chaos.

    Bush in Iraq, Slouching Toward Genocide

  • And yet, we now have President Bush expressly acknowledging likely because he was forced to do so by irrefutable facts which have been recently publicized that the overwhelming majority of our enemies in Iraq are not terrorists at all, but "rejectionists" or "Saddamists."

    Bush: Our enemies in Iraq are not "terrorists"

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