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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.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of spurn.
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Origin of spurned

OTHER WORDS FROM spurned

un·spurned, adjective
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