unaccepted


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unaccepted

(ˌʌnəkˈsɛptɪd)
adj
not received or accepted
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Adj.1.unaccepted - not conforming to standard usageunaccepted - not conforming to standard usage; "the following use of `access' was judged unacceptable by a panel of linguists; `You can access your cash at any of 300 automatic tellers'"
linguistics - the scientific study of language
nonstandard - not conforming to the language usage of a prestige group within a community; "a nonstandard dialect is one used by uneducated speakers or socially disfavored groups"; "the common core of nonstandard words and phrases in folk speech"- A.R.Dunlap
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The disease, as Guenaud had predicted, had become worse; it was no longer an attack of gout, it was an attack of death; then there was another thing which made that agony more agonizing still, -- and that was the agitation brought into his mind by the donation he had sent to the king, and which, according to Colbert, the king ought to send back unaccepted to the cardinal.
The Senator said that there are already reported ugly and unaccepted events that are unfolding in the region following the curfew.
I think society has an obsession with being thin and those who do not fit the norm are made to feel unaccepted and unattractive.
The public has expressed that they approve the war but at the same time disapprove the generally unaccepted conduct, especially that of the police; which President Duterte was quick to respond to by removing the police and letting the PDEA to take the lead.
He demanded Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Mian Saqib Nisar to take notice of the case as extrajudicial killing of anyone is unaccepted.
It only signals the political manipulation of Lebanon's stability and security" and "a completely unaccepted discrimination [of] Palestinian refugees.
This article wants to draw the reader's attention to the notion, "conducive context" as used by Prof Liz Kelly, director of the Child and Women Abuse Studies Unit at London Metropolitan University, which refers to the kind of context which creates or allows for complicity by which bystanders do not intervene in what they know is unaccepted behaviour and where they may even recognise the victim's abuse.
Covered by the IAA are all sub-components of MRT-3, including the signaling system, tracks, and rolling stock, as well as the current fleet of 73 Czech-made trains and the unaccepted 48 China-made trains.
The consulate's response came after a spokeswoman for the Hong Kong-based Asian Migrants Coordinating Body, Eni Lestari, blamed the matter on "cultural differences" and called on the authorities to provide guidelines for domestic helpers on culturally unaccepted behavior.
Justice Mohammad Bashir said that Nawaz Sharif's sons are skipping court proceedings on regular basis which is unaccepted.
Deng Mawien, the presidential adviser on decentralization and intergovernmental linkage said excluding Kiir from power is "flagrant interference" in South Sudan's internal affairs and thus unaccepted.
Kovcs said that the Commission proposed that member states that refuse to participate in the mandatory relocation of illegal immigrants should pay a so-called solidarity fine of 78 million forints (EUR 250,000) per head with respect to each unaccepted migrant.