|deny, reject, repudiate, disclaim||disavow|
|abandon an allegiance, desert, change sides, flaw, imperfection in crystal, imperfection; deficiency, personal flaw, reject your homeland||defect|
|abandon somebody or something, reject thought||cast aside|
|abdicate, relinquish by formal declaration; forgo voluntarily; repudiate, forsake, abandon, act of not following suit, give something up, give up claim to something, not follow suit, reject belief||renounce|
|acknowledging a negative statement, an interjection used to indicate a negative response in order to refuse, deny, or disagree with something, answer or vote, indicating disbelief, negative answer; not, negative answer; not at all; not, negative answer...||no|
|act of discarding, play card, reject card, something discarded, something which is discarded, garbage, refuse, scrap, throw away, get rid of||discard|
|act of treating with contempt; offense, affront; sudden stop, bring something to a stop, humiliating action, short and upturned (of a nose), small, stub something out, treat contemptuously, humiliate, purposefully ignore; rebuke, reject; stop suddenly,...||snub|
|allotted time, be miserly, deny, fixed amount of work; period of time; limitation, restriction, economize, skimp; be frugal, shore bird, stop, stoppage||stint|
|answer of "no", bad, deny, veto; refute, disprove; negate; reject, destination of electrons, disprove proposition, having same charge as electron, less than zero, meaning "no", moving away, negating proposition, negation; negative word; refusal, denial...||negative|
|apply with brush, backwoods, brush discharge, brushwood, bushy tail of fox, comb or polish with a brush; touch; rub against; pass by, electrical conductor, graze against something, light contact, move past something closely and quickly, reject somethin...||brush|
|authority to nullify the majority decision of a formal body; prohibition, authoritative nullification, exercise of the right to reject measures, prohibit something, reject a measure, right to reject legislation||veto|
|balk at jump, decline, deny, reject, deny something, garbage, trash, waste, indicate unwillingness, not accept something||refuse|
|ban by law, exclusion from church sacraments, prevent enemy use, prevent illegal entry, prohibit, forbid; deny certain religious privileges (Roman Catholicism); hinder enemy progress with steady bombardment (Military), prohibition; prohibitive order is...||interdict|
|ban; prohibit; deny; prevent, make something impossible, not allow, order not to do something||forbid|
|bank worker taking and paying money, checker, discharge, fire, dismiss (from military service); reject, dismiss somebody from armed forces, person who handles purchases in a store; bank employee who handles monetary transactions, somebody responsible f...||cashier|
|be forced to yield something, go away, reject somebody or something||kiss off|
|be unkind to somebody, bring up food, not accept something, not accept transplant, not keep or accept something, refuse, decline, deny, turn down, something or somebody not wanted, something or someone that does not match up to standards; object of low...||reject|
|cancel something previously allowed, forbid, prohibit, disqualify, reject||disallow|
|cause great distaste, exert opposing force, fail to mix, keep something away, reject, refuse; force back, drive away; resist, prevent penetration or absorption; cause disgust, cause aversion, resist attack, spurn somebody or something||repel|
|censure somebody, denounce, condemn, damned, deny salvation to somebody, disreputable, somebody damned, somebody immoral||reprobate|
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