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Rejection

Pronunciation of Rejection
/ɹɪd͡ʒˈɛkʃən/, /ɹɪd‍ʒˈɛkʃən/, /ɹ_ɪ_dʒ_ˈɛ_k_ʃ_ə_n/

Antonyms for rejection:

acceptance, allowance, imprimatur, sanction, permission, approval.

Synonyms for rejection:

Sense 1

exception, blood bank, nay, interdiction, Disaffirmance, xenotransplant, traversal, donor card, blood donor, rebuttal, disclaimer, turndown.

Sense 2

donate, donation, silence, objection, no., donor.

Sense 3

revolt.

Sense 4

transplant.

Sense 5

resistance.

Sense 7

graft.

dissent

nonconformity.

elimination

disqualification.

Other synonyms and related words:

revolt, graft, reject, doubt, donation, nay, disclaimer, donor, Denegation, disqualification, interdiction, waiver, silence, disconfirmation, discard, nonconformity, traversal, resistance, objection, exception, transplant, rebuttal, admission, donate, rebuff, Disaffirmance, turndown, nonacceptance.

Sense 2 (noun)

nay, no..

Sense 3 (noun)

traversal, disclaimer, Disaffirmance.

Sense 4 (noun)

turndown.

Sense 5 (noun)

resistance, silence.

Sense 6 (noun)

donor card, donation, graft, donor, blood donor, blood bank, transplant, donate.

abandonment (noun)

desertion.

annulment (noun)

disavowal, abolishment, dissolution, abnegation, retraction, annulment, undoing, divorce, negation, Extinguishment, destruction, refutation, revocation, deletion, neutralization, obliteration, Disaffirmation, invalidation, nullification, abolition.

denial (noun)

contradiction, veto.

denial, refusal (noun)

Disallowance, rebuff, turndown, repudiation, elimination, dismissal, veto, exclusion.

disagreement (noun)

contention, nonagreement, dispute, divisiveness, complaint, opposition, disagreement, argument, dissent, defiance, disaccord, challenge, disunity, conflict.

disuse (noun)

Rustiness, disuse, refusal, obsoleteness, desertion, abandonment, relinquishment, desuetude.

exclusion (noun)

deportation, excommunication, abscission, proscription, excision, banishment, disbarment, forbiddance, ostracism, expatriation, extradition, boycott, amputation, removal, prohibition, exile, ban.

expulsion (noun)

exudation, eruption, ejaculation, secretion, seepage, disgorgement, drainage, exhaustion, emission, excretion, evacuation.

negation (noun)

neutralization.

prohibition (noun)

inhibition, suppression, blockade, injunction, prevention, restriction, constraint, restraint, bar, preclusion.

refusal (noun)

repulsion, declination, disinclination, disdain.

rejection (noun)

ejection, curtailment, eradication, elimination, Blackballing, Disallowance, expulsion, blacklisting, denial, exclusion, disapproval, repudiation.

relinquishment (noun)

waiver.

renunciation (noun)

nonacceptance.

repulsion (noun)

repulsion.

riddance (noun)

capitulation, cancellation, dismissal, riddance, release, disposal, relegation.

seclusion (noun)

confinement, segregation, apartheid, isolation, anonymity, Reclusion, captivity, detachment, solitude, aloneness, extirpation, misanthropy, standoffishness, separation, xenophobia, aloofness, alienation, loneliness, seclusion.

traversal (noun)

traversal.

questioning (verb)

doubt.

repulse (verb)

rebuff.

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