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spurn

  • v  reject with contempt
    She spurned his advances

  • The charts are crammed with artists, from punk rockers 175R to jazz singer Chie Ayado, who spurn big labels and insist on placing music before marketing.
  • But opponents argue that peace often requires amnesty more than it does justice and point to how the 2005 indictment of Ugandan militia leader Joseph Kony led him to spurn peace .
  • Which makes for complications, as when hubby Max (John Corbett) must spurn T's advances because "Tara wouldn't like it.
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  • If spurned, throw the gauntlet
    The sky over Stuttgart was ominous Monday with what appeared to be a tornado, but it was something different. What was seen was a tropical-air funnel. The National Weather Service says these are very similar to what forms water spouts over the Gulf of Mexico.by Doug Smith Hell hath no fury like a funnel spurned: "Skies over Stuttgart spurn tropical-air funnels" "The sky over Stuttgart was ...
    June 26, 2013 - Arkansas Times

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