rejected (part of speech: verb)
discarded, rejected, clipped, disclaimed, sniped, blacklisted, vomited, curtailed, ejaculated, eliminated, shedded, discharged, abandoned, seeped, excreted, cut, jettisoned, chopped, checked, erupted, culled, junked, blackballed, exhausted, scraped, excluded, disapproved, sheared, cropped, exuded, oppugned, drained, belched, disgorged, evacuated, secreted, deep-sixed, excised, jilted, vented, denied, trashed, disallowed, barred, lopped, emitted, spewed
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
- Thus much I may say- That the cot was of clay, And the light was through wind- cracks ejected; And he placed close his eye, And peeped in, so sly,- And saw- what he never expected!
- He wanted to go and ask him what he meant by such conduct, and earnestly inquire of him whether he called himself a man; but as he knew he couldn't do this, being on a ship heading for New York, he made up for it by taking as much care of the ejected nieces as if he were an uncle himself,- but the right sort of uncle, the sort you have in America, the sort that regards you as a sacred and precious charge. - "Christopher and Columbus", Countess Elizabeth Von Arnim.
- Ripton was ejected, and found himself standing alone in the street. - "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.