Noun(1) an instance of driving away or warding off(2) a refusal to recognize someone you know
Verb(1) refuse to acknowledge(2) reject outright and bluntly
Adjective(1) unusually short
(1) She has a snub nose and hair that once was golden.(2) It is time both parents and ambitious students thought of giving a snub to all those avaricious private medical and engineering colleges.(3) Dutch government leaders yesterday issued desperate pleas for the public to back the European constitution as the Netherlands, in the shadow of the French vote, prepared to deliver a large snub to the EU.(4) Newcastle beach has suffered a humiliating snub from a leading teacher's union.(5) The Sex Pistols have delivered a massive snub to the United States' Rock and Roll Hall of Fame after being selected to join the club.(6) What was done was a direct snub to us, and it will definitely have a negative impact on future city exchanges and cross-strait relations.(7) One member species, Rhinopithecus roxellana, is widely known as golden monkey or snub-nosed monkey for its shining golden coat and funny snub nose.(8) It looked as if the power of Rome itself had been weakened, but Rome struck back with the Counter Reformation, an open snub to the serious, even grim, world of the Protestant reformers.(9) Today officials behind the scheme insisted the move was not a snub to Bradford and said it was keen to get more electronics firms from the city on board and was retaining its ties with Bradford College.(10) For some unfathomable reason, her eyes filled with tears at the perceived snub and she quickly blinked them away.(11) Such a result is a snub to traditional Labour policy - at least that's what you might think.(12) But to have passed over Pakistan would have been a humiliating snub to a strategically important regional power that Washington needs to engage.(13) The move would be a clear snub to the ├ö├ç├┐stability and growth pact├ö├ç├û under which countries in the eurozone are expected not to exceed the 3% ceiling on domestic deficits.(14) She didn't approach the door but paced the hall, her snub nose wrinkled at the sour smell of urine and smoke.(15) The verdict was a sharp snub to the Government, and particularly to the Prime Minister, whose last ditch bid to win union backing for his tough five per cent pay rule was thrown back in his teeth.(16) Her little sister had their father's snub nose, and his slightly wavier hair.
(1) snub nose :: snub isu
1. rebuff ::
2. cut ::
3. rebuff ::
4. ignore ::
5. repel ::
1. honor ::
2. respect ::
Different Formssnub, snubs
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