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On this page you'll find 112 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to spurn, such as: despise, disdain, dismiss, disregard, flout, and rebuff.

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  • So this group, it would seem, would spurn the GOP in November, with or without a Palin thrust.

  • Mutlaq is painfully aware that his own side will be harmed if they spurn a place at the table of the enfranchised.

    Iraq's Political Miracle | Tunku Varadarajan | March 3, 2010 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • I love to feel his body alive beneath me, love to feel him spurn the ground beneath his feet.

    The Everlasting Arms | Joseph Hocking
  • The soul appears to spurn the body, and take a transient flight without its dull associate—the—the—broke down, by Jupiter!

    Newton Forster | Captain Frederick Marryat
  • She knew he would not spurn her away: he must be kind, for she loved him dearly still.

    Heart | Martin Farquhar Tupper
  • Here was a woman's revenge, to bait, to charm, to spurn; and then to outwit him!

    The Secret Witness | George Gibbs
  • "Even Borroughcliffe, cold and hardened as he appears to be by habit, would spurn at such dishonor," added Miss Howard.

    The Pilot | J. Fenimore Cooper

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