But alas, a snub is yet another of the many indignities Valerie Cherish shall endure.
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He orders a Smith Wesson .38 snub-nosed revolver through the mail, using the same alias.
Women are never tired of bewailing man's fickleness in love, but they only seem to snub his constancy.
His rosy face, with its snub nose, set in this fleece, was like a melon among its leaves.
If you are a meek lady they snub you, and if you are undecided they give you bad advice.
My dear fellow, whatever made you snub poor Sir Allan like that?
snub Phil violently in his presence, and confide to her in secret that his cough sounds consumptive!
mid-14c., "to check, reprove, rebuke," from Old Norse snubba "to curse, chide, snub, scold, reprove." The ground sense is perhaps "to cut off," and the word probably is related to snip. Cf. Swedish snobba "lop off, snuff (a candle)," Old Norse snubbotr "snubbed, nipped, with the tip cut off." Meaning "treat coldly" appeared early 18c. Related: Snubbed; snubbing.
"short and turned up," 1725, in snub-nosed, from snub (v.). The connecting notion is of being "cut short."
"rebuke, intentional slight," 1530s, from snub (v.).