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  • verb archaic Second-person singular simple present form of reject.


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reject +‎ -est


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  • Indeed, they were richer than thou in experience and sharper of wit; withal they rejected not, as thou rejectest, the enjoyment of women; nay, they took their pleasure of them and their company even as thou renouncest them, and it did them no hurt in things temporal or things spiritual.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Natali the Jesuit hath cut to the Dominicals, to draw on the reader's attention, which thou rejectest; that which one admires, another explodes as most absurd and ridiculous.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • For thou now rejectest unseasonably the gift of nature, clinging to something else ...

    The Meditations

  • But when thou altogether despisest fear, and rejectest with scorn the very faith of

    ANF01. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus

  • Then I call the Gods to witness, that I wish to assist thee and thy children in every thing; but good things please thee not, but thou rejectest thy friends with audacity, wherefore shalt thou grieve the more.

    The Tragedies of Euripides, Volume I.

  • It may be that when thou hearest that the dust of the street, that cleaveth to a minister of the gospel while thou rejectest his word of salvation, shall be a witness against thee at the day of judgment, thou wilt be apt to laugh, and say, The dust a witness! witnesses will be scarce when dust is forced to come in to plead against a man.

    The Riches of Bunyan

  • If thou rejectest outward comfort thou wilt be able to contemplate heavenly things and frequently to be joyful inwardly.

    I. Book II: Admonitions Concerning the Inner Life. Of the Inward Life

  • For thou now rejectest unseasonably the gift of nature, clinging to something else….


  • Thou knowest their transgressions, the plan of the wicked thou rejectest.

    Myths of Babylonia and Assyria

  • If in thy sleep (when the reason is not free) thou shouldst have some unclean dream, thou must not be too much afflicted and fearful because of it, provided that on awaking, and being fully master of thy reason, thou rejectest what is sinful.

    Spiritual Works of Louis of Blois


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