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spurned

[ spurnd ]
/ spɜrnd /
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adjective
treated or rejected with scorn or contempt:It should be instructive to us that some of the spurned recommendations were very effective when belatedly implemented years after they were made.
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Origin of spurned

OTHER WORDS FROM spurned

un·spurned, adjective
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