Part of speech:
(Idiomatic) To offer an idea for consideration.
To throw away, abandon, or get rid of as no longer valuable or useful
To deny any knowledge or approval of, or responsibility for; disclaim; disown
To discard or abandon as useless; cancel:
(Intransitive) To receive something willingly.
To refuse to accept or do something, esp. in a way that is formally polite
To expel is defined as to force something or someone out, or to kick someone out of a social club, school or other group.
To disclaim connection with, responsibility for, etc.; to refuse to acknowledge; to disown; to abjure; to disavow.
To reject bluntly, often disdainfully; snub:
To decline to grant the request of (a person)
The definition of nihilistic is denial of all religions, moral rules and authority figures based on a belief that life is meaningless.
The voluntary renunciation of sovereign power; as, abdication of the throne, government, power, authority. [First attested in the late 17th century.]
The theory that all forms of government interfere unjustly with individual liberty and should be replaced by the voluntary association of cooperative groups
A disclaiming; denial or renunciation, as of a claim, title, etc.
(--- loosely) Any violent revolutionary movement involving the use of terrorism
The state of being rejected.
Abandonment of a right, whether open or tacit, without transferring it to someone else; in criminal law, the total voluntary abandonment of a criminal activity before it is committed with the purpose of foiling that activity.
The refusal, especially by public authorities, to acknowledge a contract or debt.
A snubbing, or checking
To give up (opinions) publicly; recant
To earnestly and solemnly bind, charge, or command. Frequently, persons who are adjured are placed under oath or a threat of penalty. For example, juries are adjured to consider only the evidence presented at trial as they attempt to reach a verdict in an action.
To vote against, especially in an exclusive organization.
To refuse to buy, sell, or use
To annul, terminate, or revoke a promise or obligation.
To view with contempt; despise.
To be beyond the application or scope of; be contrary or resistant to:
To lend money upon, deducting the discount or allowance for interest; as, the banks discount notes and bills of exchange.
To dismiss is defined as to send someone away, or to disregard an idea or treat something as unworthy of consideration.
To refuse to own or to refuse to acknowledge one’s own.
To compel to leave:
To remove from consideration by defeating, as in a contest.
To give up; renounce (a habit, idea, etc.)
To deceive or drop (a lover) suddenly or callously.
To banish, bar, exclude, etc. by ostracism
(Now rare) To turn (someone) away from a privilege, right, job, etc. [from 15th c.]
To repulse is to reject someone, to be disgusted by something, or to drive someone away.
To reject or refuse with derision:
To treat as slight or not worthy of attention, to make light of.
To spurn is to reject someone with contempt.
The act of refusing or canceling the act of another or the passage of a law.
The definition of approve is to say you like something or you are alright with it happening.
The definition of choose means to pick from a number of options.
(Idiomatic) To reposition by turning, flipping, etc. in a downward direction.
Nix is defined as to stop, refuse or disapprove of.
To deny the validity of; repudiate:
dismiss from consideration or a contest
reject with contempt
To withstand; oppose; fend off; stand firm against; withstand the action of
To confess or own (to)
To authorize or permit; countenance
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