By snubbing the movie, Silicon Valley, as it loves to do, is, in effect, snubbing Hollywood.
Gingrich is still licking his wounds from his collapse in Florida and his snubbing by Donald Trump.
Our greatest need for a long time has been some big serene, easy way, without half trying, of snubbing rich men in America.
He never could resist the temptation of bantering and snubbing them.
“Oh, is that all,” said the king, with the air of snubbing too enthusiastic a courtier.
It is you're the ruffian to him, snubbing him when he speaks good-naturedly to you.
The independence preferred by Mademoiselle Honorine to lark-catching and snubbing, consists in giving lessons to the English.
Gourlay was pleased with Andy for snubbing Sandy Toddle's sister.
She was indifferent and even proud, and she seemed to take a pleasure in snubbing Antony before her family.
One time in a matter of this kind they gave a snubbing to a Kentish course.
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.).