reject (part of speech: verb)
discard, reject, clip, disclaim, snip, blacklist, vomit, curtail, ejaculate, eject, shed, discharge, abandon, seep, exclude, cut, exude, chop, check, emit, cull, junk, blackball, excrete, scrap, excise, disapprove, shear, crop, exhaust, oppugn, drain, belch, disgorge, erupt, secrete, deep-six, evacuate, jilt, vent, deny, trash, disallow, bar, lop, eliminate, spew
rid (part of speech: verb)
- You will not come to me when all is over and ask me to jettison the jacket? - "Right Ho, Jeeves", P. G. Wodehouse.
- While Christianity was thus publicly denied by its priests and its pastors, the religions of Asia were no less ready to jettison the inconvenient thoughts of their founders. - "The Forerunners", Romain Rolland.
- It was sink or swim, and not his was the mind to elect to go under when the jettison of a last lingering scruple or two would keep him afloat. - "The Sign of the Spider", Bertram Mitford.