rejected (part of speech: verb)
discarded, rejected, clipped, disclaimed, sniped, blacklisted, vomited, curtailed, ejected, eliminated, shedded, discharged, abandoned, seeped, excreted, cut, jettisoned, chopped, checked, erupted, culled, junked, blackballed, exhausted, scraped, excluded, disapproved, sheared, cropped, exuded, oppugned, ejaculated, belched, drained, evacuated, secreted, deep-sixed, excised, jilted, vented, denied, trashed, disallowed, barred, lopped, emitted, spewed
- It is only five or six miles from Kingstown to Dublin, so that at the end of a very few minutes our train stopped in the Westland Row station, where a fevered mob of porters and hotel runners was in waiting; and then, after most of the passengers and luggage had been disgorged, and a guard had come around and collected twopence from me for some obscure reason I did not attempt to fathom, went on again, along a viaduct above gleaming streets murmurous with people, and across the shining Liffey, to the station at Amiens Street, which was our destination. - "The Charm of Ireland", Burton Egbert Stevenson.
- The grey and white transports disgorged them, ants of sober, neutral colours, marching in columns to attack other ants. - "The Dop Doctor", Clotilde Inez Mary Graves.
- At other times the whole prize had to be disgorged; as in the case of that bark of Olonne, laden with barley, which Raleigh had to restore to the Treasury on July 21, 1589, after he had concluded a very lucrative sale of the same. - "Raleigh", Edmund Gosse.