Related formsre·jec·tion·ism, noun
Examples from the Web for rejectionist
With diplomacy on the march, the Israeli government cannot be seen as rejectionist, nor as swimming against the stream.
At the bottom of the cliff, the rejectionist shoe will be on the left foot.No Deal on the Fiscal Cliff May Not Be Such a Bad Thing|Daniel Gross|November 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It is far easier to justify ethnic cleansing against people portrayed as crazy, rejectionist barbarians.
I cannot know why Benny Morris and so many others have this prefernce for the reassuring certainties of the rejectionist motif.
The rejectionist absolutism of Morris and others is simplistic, a-historical, full of inaccuracies and arrogantly one-sided.