verb (used with object), snubbed, snub·bing.
Origin of snub
OTHER WORDS FROM snubsnub·ber, nounsnub·bing·ly, adverbun·snubbed, adjective
Examples from the Web for snubbing
Gingrich is still licking his wounds from his collapse in Florida and his snubbing by Donald Trump.Three Middle-America Primaries Could Force Out One of Mitt Romney’s Rivals|Ben Jacobs|February 7, 2012|DAILY BEAST
By snubbing the movie, Silicon Valley, as it loves to do, is, in effect, snubbing Hollywood.
It was something to get rid of the drudgery of toil, and escape the snubbing and rebuffs of her present vocation.Secret Service or Recollections of a City Detective|Andrew Forrester
And truly she might well be angry at any one snubbing those young ones of hers.
I snubbed him unmercifully, but he was one of those self-satisfied, self-assured creatures incapable of taking a snubbing.A Book of Ghosts|Sabine Baring-Gould
I will; one can't blame you for seeking the society of your equals, after the snubbing you must get from your betters up there.The Diamond Coterie|Lawrence L. Lynch
If a girl is an angel to all the world beside, she can't resist the temptation of snubbing him like a devil.
British Dictionary definitions for snubbing
verb snubs, snubbing or snubbed (tr)
- an elastic shock absorber attached to a mooring line
- (as modifier)a snub rope