Thesaurus / spurned

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A casual examination of the list of his loves, reciprocated or spurned, would make a companion to that of Weimar.

EgoistsJames Huneker

He rolled over and began to pull off the rags in which his child had spurned him.

She was getting six hundred dollars a week and spurned soda water as if it were poison.

What's-His-NameGeorge Barr McCutcheon

He was then not only renounced by his family, but his young wife also spurned and denied him.

She again threw herself at his feet, but he spurned her from him as though he loathed her beyond endurance.

They were spurned with an indignity that none but freemen can so burningly exhibit.

But he has spurned the French commission they have offered him, saying that of the Congress is good enough for him.

Richard Carvel, CompleteWinston Churchill

I grovelled at your feet and begged you—you spurned me as I do you now.

Sir Henry Morgan, BuccaneerCyrus Townsend Brady

All spurned them from their doors when they applied for succour.

Mr. Beaver spurned the weed of peace with a ferocious glare.

Captain Pott's MinisterFrancis L. Cooper

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