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Martin is so busy producing and writing every pop song you like, that he shuns interviews.

The oil and gas jobs the Golden State political class shuns pay around $100,000 a year on average.

Like a crazy, drunk uncle shooting an epileptic dog because he has fleas, the current GOP shuns him for all the wrong reasons.

Armani shuns his own successes, his own aesthetic vocabulary, like no other designer.

Although 13th in line to the throne, Zara has had little to do with the razzmatazz of royalty and shuns publicity.

The man who shuns realities because they belittle him is on the wrong road; he is hopelessly lost from the beginning.

Our civilization shuns nature; and most shuns it in the most artificially civilized, to suit the market.

The sheep shuns the flock, slowly dragging itself to some retired spot, where convulsed and screaming it shortly dies.

This fluid acts upon inert bodies; yet it shuns contact with certain substances, such as glass.

The marine life shuns precisely those enchanting shores whose vegetable life is the most abounding and the most brilliant.

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On this page you'll find 50 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to shuns, such as: despise, disdain, eschew, refuse, snub, and reject.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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