Thesaurus / spurn

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Then, with a spurn from the hand of Abarak, the youth fell back senseless at the feet of the Queen.

There is fine anchorage eastward, to which Spurn Point forms a natural breakwater.

Spoken of them who spurn at reproof or correction, whom Solomon calls brutish.

The Proverbs of ScotlandAlexander Hislop

For this reason I will not spurn this first good road, nor prefer conducting my carriage on the wrong path.

They went ashore at Dimlington on the coast of Holderness, or at the Spurn.

Go and tell her this in my name, and tell her also to withdraw her offers, for I spurn them!

The PatriotAntonio Fogazzaro

As you stand there, resisting all reason, I spurn your offer and fling it from me as I would plunge tempered steel into the enemy.

To spurn the hungry from their door, with naught to satisfy.

Snead, however, did not spurn the hands extended to him when he came floundering and gurgling toward dry ground.

I thought of these things, and wished I could spurn under foot my connection with The Mass.

The MessageAlec John Dawson

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