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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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You skipped the biggest snub out there, WGN's "Underground.
If I can handle an Emmy snub, I can handle anything.
HE'S EVRA SO RUDE Luis Suarez (left) snubs the offered hand of United defebder Patrice Evra SNUB Rio Ferdinand ignores Suarez after incident
IT WAS a weekend of two snubs - and the one with the lesser publicity was probably the most significant.
Some fans hope that Fletcher will return bruised but triumphant, like a footballing Rocky Balboa, at the helm of the club when a snubbed suitor snubs the snubs and actually buys the bloody club.
Re: Canterbury snubs North American churches (April issue).
Wiser political heads prevailed when headlines shouted, "Chretien snubs Pope" (Hamilton Spectator, July 4), and "PM is snubbing Pope, Catholic community says" (Toronto Star, July 5).