rejectee

rejectee

(ˌriːdʒɛkˈtiː)
n
US a person who has been rejected, esp someone who is considered unfit for military service
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re•ject•ee

(rɪ dʒɛkˈti, -ˈdʒɛk ti, ˌri dʒɛkˈti)

n.
a person who is rejected.
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Ciccio and Otino's experiences stick to the narrator as if by hypellage--a metonymical transfer of properties--and suggest a similar metamorphosis from hopeful lover to impotent rejectee.
The Big Brother house then erupted into lots of women shouting at each other about the extent to which they did, or didn't make a living from removing their clothes and X Factor rejectee Frankie Cocozza became an unlikely voice of calm and sanity.
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(It's only right that I should admit to being, at different times, both a happy grantee and a disgruntled rejectee.)
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The evolving use of language to portray asylum seekers as undeserving took a new twist in May 2002, when Ruddock started to use a new term--"rejectee"--to describe those in detention whose claims were on appeal after an initial refusal.
Often, when issuing rejection letters, professionals try to spare the rejectee's emotions while simultaneously attempting to maintain their credibility.
In defense of my methods I wrote Scholarly Editing in the Computer Age,(15) growing in part from the variety of concerns that occupied me in producing the edition over the preceding ten years, partly from reaction to McGann's A Critique of Modern Textual Criticism, and partly from my experiences as coordinator, then member, then chairman of the CSE (1976-1984) and finally as its rejectee.
According to the Urban Institute Housing Finance Policy Center's latest quarterly credit availability report, mortgage lenders are reaching out to borrowers who might have been marginal -- or rejectees -- in the past.
At the same time, the Department of Defense instituted another experiment--Project 100,000 that ostensibly aimed to uplift the "subterranean poor" by lowering conscription standards and allowing "rejectees" to serve.
(Trivia: draft rejectees (unless disabled) pay 3% more income tax.).
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