Definition of Mental rejection
1. Noun. Doubt about the truth of something.
Generic synonyms: Doubt, Doubtfulness, Dubiety, Dubiousness, Incertitude, Uncertainty
Derivative terms: Incredulous, Skeptical, Skeptical
Lexicographical Neighbors of Mental Rejection
Literary usage of Mental rejection
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Mastery of Nervousness Based Upon Self Reeducationby Robert Sproul Carroll by Robert Sproul Carroll (1917)
"—The selection of the object of attention—mental rejection the art of forgetting—Replacing wasteful by profitable thoughts—Cultivating the critical ..."
2. The Arena by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1908)
"... labor is apt to became spectral and illusive when opposed by deep-seated and determined mental rejection of any such phrase as bearing on hard facts. ..."
3. The Classical Psychologists: Selections Illustrating Psychology from by Benjamin Rand (1912)
"Again: shall we not class disinclination, unwillingness, and dislike, under the head of mental rejection and repulsion, and of general terms wholly opposed ..."
4. Lux Mundi: A Series of Studies in the Religion of the Incarnation by Charles Gore (1890)
"... mental rejection comes from this simple fact, that the Christian Creed is rational and true. If any man comes to us and says that he has studied and ..."
5. The Subconscious by Joseph Jastrow (1906)
"The surrender of an opportunity of possible experience, or the mental rejection of certain types o£ stimuli, is not a phenomenon that stands in isolated ..."