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spurn

  
  
cold-shoulder, contemn, despise, disdain, disregard, kick in the teeth     (slang)   put down, rebuff, reject, repulse, scorn, slight, snub, turn one's nose up at     (informal)  
  
Antonyms     
   embrace, grasp, seize, take up, welcome  
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spurn

  
  ( spurns    3rd person present)   ( spurning    present participle)   ( spurned    past tense & past participle  ) If you spurn someone or something, you reject them.      verb  
He spurned the advice of management consultants...      V n  
...a spurned lover.      V-ed  

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spur, spurt, spunk, spurious

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