Similar words: reject, injection, objection, projection, eject, dejected, dejectedly, section. Meaning: [rɪ'dʒekʃn] n. 1. the act of rejecting something 2. the state of being rejected 3. (medicine) an immunological response that refuses to accept substances or organisms that are recognized as foreign 4. the speech act of rejecting.
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1, He has never suffered the torment of rejection.
2, Constant rejection has sapped her will.
3, Children who have had bad experiences fear rejection.
4, What are the reasons for his rejection of the theory?
5, This is a rejection of most of what has gone before.
6, Women tend to personalise rejection more than men.
7, The rejection was a wicked blow to her pride.
8, These feelings of rejection and hurt remain.
9, Her proposal met with unanimous rejection.
10, Strong opposition resulted in rejection of the bill.
11, Harry took his rejection philosophically.
12, News of another job rejection disheartened her badly.
13, Your trouble is that you can't take rejection.
14, The last job rejection disappointed me badly.
15, Violent behaviour and rejection by society are mutually reinforcing.
16, I've had job interviews and received ten rejection letters.
17, Her rejection dashed and humiliated him.
18, They sent me a rejection letter.
19, Jane still nurses the pain of rejection.
20, Their rejection of these measures roused the people to indignation.
21, The response of the audience varied from outright rejection to warm hospitality.
22, He was left with a feeling of rejection and loss.
23, He got over fifty rejection slips before his novel was published.
24, The rejection plunged her into the dark depths of despair.
25, This feeling of rejection is often deeply rooted in childhood.
26, The government's rejection of the plans is a setback for us.
27, The rejection of such initiatives indicates that voters are unconcerned about the environment.
28, He never asked her to marry him out of fear of rejection.
29, He decided not to approach her for fear of rejection.
30, His life was a sorry story of betrayal and rejection.
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