- n an instance of driving away or warding off
- n a refusal to recognize someone you know
the snub was clearly intentional
- v refuse to acknowledge
- v reject outright and bluntly
She snubbed his proposal
- s unusually short
a snub nose
- If diplomacy is the art of stroking your enemies right up until the moment you're ready to strike them, the snub is a handy little act of war by other means.
- With his belly hiding his belt, with his red suspenders and white beard, Glen Parshall is a dead ringer for Santa Claus, except for the snub-nosed pistol he keeps tucked in his .
- The Democratic argument against "legitimizing" Fox News by appearing was as ridiculous as McCain's snub of softballer King and Palin's residency in the Candidate Protection Program .