from Latin rejectāneus (coined by Cicero to render the Stoic ἀποπροηγµένος), from rejicĕre to reject
From: Forty Sermons upon Several Occasions
By Anthony Tuckney, Edited by Jonathan Tuckney, 1676
Sermon XXV. Mat.5.13. Ye are the Salt of the Earth: But if the Salt have lost *his Savour, wherewith shall it be Salted? It is thenceforth good for nothing, but to be cast out,
and troden underfoot of Men.