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reject someone or something out of hand

to reject someone or something without any thought or study. Fred is so contrary that they rejected him out of hand when his name came up for a committee position.
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meals rejected by Ethiopians

n. military rations, MRE = meal ready to eat. (Cruelly designated at a time when Ethiopians where starving to death. Implying that not even starving humans would eat MREs. That said, it is also known that such rations have been rejected by hungry people who desire more familiar food.) The reporter was embarrassed to describe the MREs as “meals rejected by Ethiopians.”
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The results of these laboratory studies showed that individuals who perceived themselves as relatively more efficacious and caring voiced greater willingness to associate further with the rejecting recipient, attributed lesser defensiveness to the rejecter in reacting to the offer of help, and exhibited a weaker tendency in hindsight bias in postdicting rejection of the offer of help by the rejecting recipient.
The television advertising disposition segmentation, consisting of acceptors, players, rejecters and uninvolved, which was discussed at MRS Conferences between 1984 and 1997, is reviewed for its relevance to involvement.
Kavanaugh and Rafferty (1997) suggest a design procedure, which is to size the ground loop for the heating loads, and size the supplemental heat rejecter for the difference in the cooling load.
And no wonder that climate-change rejecters like US President Donald Trump have increasing difficulty defending their position.
The percentage of rejecters is 68% at the lower economic level, down to 62% in the higher economic level.
Perhaps echoing Proudhon's mutualism, Ward argues that these people 'far from being would-be capitalists, were explicit rejecters of the capitalist ethic' (p165).
Friends, the congratulatory message sent by FVP [First Vice President] of the Republic of South Sudan, Chairman and Commander In Chief of the SPLM/SPLA-IO generates a debate between rejecters of the message and supporters," Diing wrote in acknowledgement of the debate.
Wyatt (2003) identified four groups of non-users: resisters, rejecters, the excluded, and the expelled.
Further, their research also indicated that rejecters have highest barriers followed by opponents and postponers.
Jews are described as malevolent, as the enemies of the Prophet, rejecters of Allah's truth, dishonest, and conspirators against Islam (Berman 2003).
12) The Shiah Muslims, unsurprisingly, also have a special share of ISIS takfir when they are referred to as rawafed, rejecters, idolaters and by other negative Wahhabi terminology.
This confirmed the varying tastes problem--the compounds that were rejected tended to scatter out among the rejecters themselves.
NNA - "Certain rejecters of extended mandate willed it so in secret," minister of State for Administrative Development Nabil De Freij, told radio Voice of Lebanon morning talk-show today.
The rejecters group found to have the highest barriers, followed by opponents, and postponers.
Customer portfolio development, modeling destination adopters, inactives and rejecters, Journal of Travel Research 36(1): 35-43.