“Mainstream Muslim organizations are shunning Akkari,” he says.
From there, he spent a few years shunning various film and television offers.
Americans are shunning soda and claim they want healthier fast-food options.
So, who has kept to the letter and spirit of the accord more and who has been more egregious in shunning it?
More women are shunning hospitals and opting to give birth at home without doctors.
But—you are making the grievous error of shunning society, particularly the society of women.
Nor does he any longer seem desirous of shunning observation.
The great Mowmowsky roared amain and plunged in anguish, shunning every dart of fire-eyed fierce Grimalkin.
So far from shunning, he seldom fails to attack and even to hunt him.
You shall discover to them, the snares which are laid for them by the evil spirit, and teach them the means of shunning them.
Old English scunian "to shun, avoid; abhor; desist, abstain; to hide, seek safety by concealment," of uncertain origin; not found in any other language. Perhaps ultimately from PIE root *skeu- "to cover, to hide." Related: Shunned; shunning. A shun-pike (American English, 1911) was a road constructed to avoid tolls.