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Brady was snubbed, and didn’t receive a single all-pro vote, either.

The New York Times already snubbed Streep in their controversial Best Actors of the 21st Century list late last year.

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In Netflix’s “Bridgerton,” people are snubbed because of their lack of status, not their skin color.

The prestige usually hatches a viperous nest of critics who deride the credentials of the winner, complain about the unmentioned collaborators who’ll be sidelined by history, or point to the more deserving recipients who’ve been unfairly snubbed.

Wall excelled at channeling slights — like a USA Basketball snub — and maintaining a firm belief in his own abilities regardless of the circumstances.

Undeterred by the snub in November, and denied a visa to Italy, Agca made plans for clandestine travel to Vatican City.

But alas, a snub is yet another of the many indignities Valerie Cherish shall endure.

Is it really a snub when Julia Louis-Dreyfus is the one winning the award?

Lest his snub be too subtle, Logan went on to single out and exclude Southerners for their “rebellious tyranny.”

“There are some who prefer to snub the Giorgio Armani show and go to Paris,” the designer said in a post-show press conference.

"I was playin' sock-ball," snuffled the boy, and a solitary tear rolled down his snub nose.

Webber pulled out a snub-nosed instrument that looked enough like a gun to be very convincing.

Kieran roared again, and Webber pulled the snub-nosed thing out of his pocket.

And though Uncle Marmy was too deeply in earnest to mind the snub, he wished he had answered less effusively.

Indeed, Miss Chubb never snapped, and rarely attempted to snub.


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On this page you'll find 116 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to snub, such as: boycott, disregard, humiliate, ignore, neglect, and ostracize.

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