from The Century Dictionary.
- Rejecting or tending to reject or cast off.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Rejecting, or tending to reject.
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- adjective Tending to
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- adjective rejecting or tending to reject
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We were haunted with a triplistic vision of a seemingly concrete unloved "me," a seemingly concrete rejective "you," and the seemingly concrete act of speaking words that could prove one's affection.
There is in the contemporary world an ingrained, deeply inherited belief to the contrary: that the human species is by nature violent, aggressive, competitive, protective of its territory, rejective of the "other."
A seemingly concrete unloved "me," a seemingly concrete rejective "you," and the seemingly concrete act of speaking words that could prove one's affection
And the talk became all of horse, which is exclusive and rejective of other interests, even of women.
In particular it offered a rejective account of ethics and conscience which confirmed his earliest beliefs in a lawgiver and judge intimately present to the soul.
Despair and/or 'Disgust' (i.e., rejective denial, or 'sour grapes' feeling towards what life might have been) represent the opposite disposition: feelings of wasted opportunities, regrets, wishing to be able to turn back the clock and have a second chance.
Many show the popular imagination at work, with jocular and sometimes grotesque names, names that betray attitudes -- amused, derisive, envious, sardonic, rejective.
[It must be noted that the proposal of the Court Reporter of the Council of State was rejective of the Scientologists’ request to establish a church.