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Nill vs. Reject

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  • Nill (verb)

    To be unwilling; will not (+ infinitive).

  • Nill (verb)

    To be unwilling.

  • Nill (verb)

    To reject, refuse, negate.

  • Nill (noun)

    Shining sparks thrown off from melted brass.

  • Nill (noun)

    Scales of hot iron from the forge.

  • Reject (verb)

    To refuse to accept.

    "She even rejected my improved offer."

  • Reject (verb)

    To block a shot, especially if it sends the ball off the court.

  • Reject (verb)

    To refuse a romantic advance.

    "I've been rejected three times this week."

  • Reject (noun)

    Something that is rejected.

  • Reject (noun)

    An unpopular person.

  • Reject (noun)

    a rejected defective product in a production line

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  • Nill

    Not to will; to refuse; to reject.

  • Nill (verb)

    To be unwilling; to refuse to act.

  • Nill (noun)

    Shining sparks thrown off from melted brass.

  • Nill (noun)

    Scales of hot iron from the forge.

  • Reject

    To cast from one; to throw away; to discard.

  • Reject

    To refuse to receive or to acknowledge; to decline haughtily or harshly; to repudiate.

  • Reject

    To refuse to grant; as, to reject a prayer or request.

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