rejecting (part of speech: verb)
seeping, discarding, checking, exuding, excising, excluding, ejecting, chopping, culling, shedding, emitting, oppugning, discharging, clipping, rejecting, trashing, cropping, sniping, venting, jilting, disclaiming, jettisoning, blacklisting, shearing, cutting, curtailing, disallowing, secreting, eliminating, blackballing, erupting, junking, lopping, exhausting, excreting, disgorging, ejaculating, draining, abandoning, disapproving, barring, deep-sixing, evacuating, spewing, belching, denying
- The persistent or pernicious vomiting which continues on through pregnancy will be spoken of later. - "The Mother and Her Child", William S. Sadler Lena K. Sadler.
- I was thoroughly seasick, retching and vomiting over the narrow freeboard. - "Greener Than You Think", Ward Moore.
- The other reason was that, because it dried so quickly, it was necessary to keep closed the doors and windows of the room where it was being used, and the smell was so awful that it brought on fits of dizziness and sometimes vomiting. - "The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists", Robert Tressell.