No, I will tear his image from my bosom, tread on him, spurn him.
To spurn the hungry from their door, with naught to satisfy.
The hand did not spurn the coins, which I—rather timidly, I confess—dropped into it.
"I spurn the imposition," said Lady Dorothea, tearing it in fragments.
Should you give me the right to vote and deny it to my sister I should spurn the gift.