rejected (part of speech: verb)
deep-sixed, belched, denied, barred, curtailed, drained, abandoned, shed, jettisoned, discharged, sheared, ejaculated, cut, scrapped, eliminated, lopped, evacuated, secreted, trashed, shedded, seeped, scraped, excised, erupted, rejected, ejected, excreted, clipped, disgorged, cropped, excluded, checked, discarded, exhausted, exuded, vomited, oppugned, vented, disallowed, chopped, disclaimed, disapproved, blacklisted, spewed, sniped, culled, snipped, jilted, junked, emitted
excluded (part of speech: verb)
secluded (part of speech: verb)
disbarred, boycotted, alienated, outcast, reclusive, cloistered, evicted, secluded, exiled, deported, anonymous, screened, maverick, isolated, confined, alone, expatriated, excommunicated, detached, aloof, ostracized, antisocial, banished, misanthropic, insulated, extradited, boycott, segregated, closeted, ousted, solitary, xenophobic, removed, separated, lonely, cordoned, extirpated, sequestered, expelled, hermitic
- It was towards the end of winter that Jim created a commotion which was nearly the cause of his being " blackballed." - "Colorado Jim", George Goodchild.
- Now, interposed Mr. Moore, who had hitherto sat a silent but amused spectator of this worldly combat, and whose indifference to the party politics of the day, as well as to the gossip of the neighbourhood, made him an impartial, if apathetic, judge of the merits of such an encounter, you have both sufficiently blackballed each other, and proved how cordially you detest each other, and how wicked you think each other. - "Shirley", Charlotte BrontÃ«.
- He was blackballed at a West End club of which his birth and social position fully entitled him to become a member, and on one occasion, when he was brought by a friend into the smoking- room of the Carlton, the Duke of Berwick and another gentleman got up in a marked manner and went out. - "The Picture of Dorian Gray", Oscar Wilde.