reject

Reject vs Reproved - What's the difference?

reject | reproved |


As verbs the difference between reject and reproved

is that reject is to refuse to accept while reproved is (reprove).

As a noun reject

is something that is rejected.

Reject vs Inject - What's the difference?

reject | inject |


In lang=en terms the difference between reject and inject

is that reject is to refuse to accept while inject is to take or be administered something by means of injection, especially medicine or drugs.

As verbs the difference between reject and inject

is that reject is to refuse to accept while inject is to push or pump (something, especially fluids) into a cavity or passage.

As a noun reject

is something that is rejected.

Veto vs Reject - What's the difference?

veto | reject |


As nouns the difference between veto and reject

is that veto is vet (profession) while reject is something that is rejected.

As a verb reject is

to refuse to accept.

Propose vs Reject - What's the difference?

propose | reject |


As verbs the difference between propose and reject

is that propose is while reject is to refuse to accept.

As a noun reject is

something that is rejected.

Reject vs Despise - What's the difference?

reject | despise |


As verbs the difference between reject and despise

is that reject is to refuse to accept while despise is to regard with contempt or scorn.

As a noun reject

is something that is rejected.

Repeal vs Reject - What's the difference?

repeal | reject |


In lang=en terms the difference between repeal and reject

is that repeal is to cancel, invalidate, annul while reject is to refuse to accept.

As verbs the difference between repeal and reject

is that repeal is to cancel, invalidate, annul while reject is to refuse to accept.

As nouns the difference between repeal and reject

is that repeal is an act or instance of repealing while reject is something that is rejected.

Condemning vs Reject - What's the difference?

condemning | reject |


As verbs the difference between condemning and reject

is that condemning is while reject is to refuse to accept.

As nouns the difference between condemning and reject

is that condemning is condemnation while reject is something that is rejected.

Fail vs Reject - What's the difference?

fail | reject | Related terms |

Fail is a related term of reject.


As nouns the difference between fail and reject

is that fail is while reject is something that is rejected.

As a verb reject is

to refuse to accept.

Affirm vs Reject - What's the difference?

affirm | reject |


As verbs the difference between affirm and reject

is that affirm is to agree, verify or concur; to answer positively while reject is to refuse to accept.

As a noun reject is

something that is rejected.

Slight vs Reject - What's the difference?

slight | reject |


As verbs the difference between slight and reject

is that slight is to treat as slight or not worthy of attention, to make light of while reject is to refuse to accept.

As nouns the difference between slight and reject

is that slight is the act of slighting; a deliberate act of neglect or discourtesy while reject is something that is rejected.

As an adjective slight

is small, weak or gentle; not decidedly marked; not forcible; inconsiderable; unimportant; insignificant; not severe.

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