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Synonyms for snub

insult

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Synonyms for snub

to slight (someone) deliberately

a deliberate slight

Synonyms for snub

an instance of driving away or warding off

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a refusal to recognize someone you know

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refuse to acknowledge

reject outright and bluntly

unusually short

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A 150 snubbing unit would have taken between four and five days to complete each well.
4 blasted both Games and snooker chiefs for snubbing his sport.
McConnell's decision will engulf him in a row like the one he caused last year after snubbing D-Day veterans in favour of a St Andrews golf club dinner.
By snubbing a bid to make Jack Nicklaus an honourary freeman of the town, they have embarrassed the whole country.
In addition, many of the most disadvantaged youngsters in the region for which Ms Wood is elected receive huge support from the Prince's Trust; the Prince of Wales would never snub them so shame on Ms Wood for snubbing him.
BLACKBURN'S Brett Emerton is putting his country before club by snubbing Rovers' InterToto Cup campaign.
PRINCE Charles showed his fury at Tony Blair's abolition of the Lord Chancellor's office by snubbing a party to mark Lord Derry Irvine's departure from the job.
And last night, they were accused of snubbing the country's most popular figure on her 100th birthday.
Grass roots Tory associations have been bluntly snubbing their leader.