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counterculture the values and way of life of any group of people who reject the accepted values and traditions of society, esp. those who reject materialism, war, and cultural regimentation by the elite classes.
disallow to refuse to allow or admit; reject. [1/2 definitions]
disapprove to refuse to approve or sanction; reject. [1/3 definitions]
dismiss to reject as a matter of consideration. [1/4 definitions]
dissent to disagree with or reject something, esp. prevailing or official views, doctrines, customs, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
ditch (informal) to reject or abandon (someone). [1/7 definitions]
give the gate to reject.
rebuff to reject, repel, block, or set back. [1/3 definitions]
refusal an option to accept or reject something. [1/2 definitions]
renounce to reject or repudiate; disown. [1/5 definitions]
repel to reject the advances of. [1/7 definitions]
reprobate to reject as evil; condemn. [1/4 definitions]
repudiate to reject completely as invalid or untrue. [1/3 definitions]
repulse to reject coldly or rudely. [1/4 definitions]
Sikh a member of a Hindu religious sect formed about 1500 in India, whose adherents have faith in one god and reject idol worship and the caste system.
snub to stop or reject with a sharp or hurtful reply; rebuke. [1/3 definitions]
spurn to reject, refuse, or treat with scorn; disdain; despise. [2/3 definitions]
squash1 to suppress, reject, or defeat utterly. [1/8 definitions]
turn down to decline, refuse, or reject. [1/2 definitions]
veto the right or power of one official authority or body, esp. the chief executive, to reject or cancel something enacted by another, such as a law or budget authorization approved by a legislature. [2/5 definitions]