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[snˈʌb], [snˈʌb], [s_n_ˈʌ_b]

Synonyms for Snub:

repulse (verb)

rebuff, reject, repel, repulse, spurn.

resist (verb)

oppose, resist, stand fast, stand firm, withstand.

Other synonyms and related words:

Burr, Intermeddle, abase, abash, abbreviate, abbreviated, abridge, abridged, abstract, abstracted, abuse, abusive, act cool, affront, air blower, air pump, anger, annoy, appal, arrest, ashame, askew, aspersion, asymmetric, avoid, awry, baffle, balk, ban, bandy, banish, bar, baseball swing, beam cover, bear down, beard, beat back, beat down, bellow tongue, bellows tongue, bellows valve, blackball, blacklist, blanket, bloated, blunt, bob, bobbed, boil down, boot seal, bottle up, bow kneed, boycott, breathing bag, bridle, bring down, bring low, browbeat, brush, brush aside, brush off, bully, bunch backed, burn, camel backed, camera bellows, capsule, capsulize, capsulized, cast out, cease, censure, chagrin, chase, chase away, chase off, check, chide, chill, chop up, circumvent, clip, clipped, cloister, close the door on, coarse, cold shoulder, coldness, coldshoulder, compress, compressed, condense, condensed, confuse, constrain, contain, contemn, contemptuous, contract, control, contumely, cool, cool off, countercheck, cripple, crook backed, crooked, crop, cropped, crump, crush, curb, curtail, curtailed, curve, cut, cut back, cut dead, cut direct, cut down, cut of meat, cut off short, cut short, cutting, cutting off, dam, dam up, damp, dampen, debar, debase, decelerate, decline, defeat, deflate, deformed, delay, deletion, denial, denigrating remark, dense, deny, deport, despise, despite, detach, detain, dictate, dig, digested, dilute, dim, diminutive, disavow, disconcert, discount, discountenance, discouragement, discourteous, discourtesy, disdain, disfellowship, disgrace, disgruntle, disgust, dishearten, dishonour, dismiss, dismissal, disown, disparage, disparaging remark, displease, disregard, disrespect, dissuade, distorted, do by, dock, docked, domineer, dompt, dragoon, drive, drive away, drive back, duck, dull, edit, edit out, eject, elide, elided, eliminate, elliptic, elliptical, embarrass, enjoin, epitomise, epitomize, exact, exclude, excommunicate, exile, expatriate, expel, extradite, faze, feaze, feeze, fend off, fight off, flat, flout, foil, force back, foreshorten, four folded tongue, freeze out, fret, frown, frown down, frustrate, fugitate, gall, gash, gaunt, geld, give offence, give someone the cold shoulder, give someone the go-by, give the brush, give the brush-off, go-by, govern, grotesque, gruff, guard, hack, harelipped, have a fling, have words with, heave-ho, heavy, heavyset, hector, hew, high hat, hinder, hold, hold at bay, hold back, hold fast, hold in, hold in check, hold in leash, hold off, hold up, huff, humble, humiliate, humiliation, hump backed, hurt, hurt feelings, ice, ice out, ignore, ill-made, ill-treatment, impede, impolite, in baseball, inattention, indifference, indignity, inhibit, injure, injury, insignificant, insolent, insult, insulting, intercept, interfere, interrupt, intervene, intimidate, irregular, irritate, isolate, issue, jibe, keep, keep back, keep from, keep in, keep in check, keep off, keep under control, lay under restraint, left-handed compliment, let down, little, look coldly upon, look right through, lop, lord it over, low, lower, make out, mar, maroon, mean, meaningless, meddle, miff, minimize, misbegotten, misproportioned, misshapen, monstrous, mortify, mow, mowed, mown, nauseate, needle, negation, negative response, neglect, nettle, nip, nipped, not give time of day, not receive, not straight, not true, obloquy, obtruncate, obtuse, offence, offend, offense, on one side, ostracise, ostracize, out of shape, outlaw, outrage, override, pack off, pain, pare, pare down, pass up, patronize, peel, penetrate injuriously, pique, pointless, poll, pollard, polled, pooh-pooh, prohibit, proscribe, protuberance, provoke, prune, pruned, pull, push aside, push back, put, put back, put back up, put out, put the chill on, put-down, quarantine, quash, rankle, rating, rationalise, rationalize, rattle, reap, reaped, rebuke, recap, recapitulate, reduce, refusal, refuse, refuse to receive, rein, rein in, rejection, relegate, render humble, render useless, reprehension, repress, reprimand, reproach, reprove, repudiate, repudiation, repulsion, restrain, retrench, revolt, ride roughshod over, rile, rudely ignore, ruffle, rusticate, sarcasm, scalene, scold, scorn, scotch, scratch, scrimp, segregate, send away, send down, send off, send packing, send to Coventry, separate, sequester, set back, set down, shame, sharp rebuke, shave, shaved, shear, sheared, sheer, short, short-cut, shorten, shortened, shoulder, show the door, shun, shut out, silence, simous, skip, skive, slacken, slap, slash, slew, slice, slight, slow down, slue, slur, small, smallish, snap one up, snarl at, sneer, sneer at, sneeze at, snib, sniff, snob, snort, snubbed, song, spike guns, splay footed, spoil, spoil sport, spurning, stinger, stop filming, straiten, strike dumb, stubby, stumpy, stunt, sum up, summarise, summarize, suppress, swank, swerve, swing, switch off, synopsize, take down, taliped, talipedic, telescope, thin, thin out, throw out, thrust back, thrust out, thwart, tongue gusset, trace, track, trail, trample down, trample under foot, transport, tread down, trim, trim back, trim down, trimmed, truncate, turn away from, turn back, turn down, turn off, turn one's back on, turn sharply, underestimate, undermine, underrate, undervalue, unsymmetric, unusually short, upstage, veer, ventilation bag, ventilation bellows, vex, vituperation, vulgar, walking papers, ward off, withhold, write out, wry.

Rhymes for Snub:

  1. hub, club, nub, cub, grub, drub, shrub, stub, rub, dub, tub, pub, scrub, sub;

Quotes for Snub:

  1. The penalty of success is to be bored by people who used to snub you. Nancy Astor.
  2. The world is full of people looking for spectacular happiness while they snub contentment. Doug Larson.