Spurn in a Sentence  🔊

Definition of Spurn

to reject; turn down

Examples of Spurn in a sentence

Mikey is such a picky eater that he will spurn everything except chicken nuggets and ice cream. 🔊

Even after you spurn this so-called charity’s request for donations, they continue to hound you every week. 🔊

I’ll never understand why my cousin chose to spurn the chance to join us on our family cruise to the Bahamas. 🔊

During the 1960s, young people began to spurn the traditions of previous generations, and the Hippy movement was born. 🔊

When Wyatt realized that his partner was likely to spurn every one of his ideas, he decided to sell his half of the business. 🔊

If you decide to spurn this opportunity to see the world with the Peace Corps, you may always regret your decision. 🔊

Just because you were afraid of everything as a kid, you shouldn’t spurn the idea of taking your son to Disneyland. 🔊

In spite of the fact that everyone knew that any suitor the princess decided to spurn would be sent to fight the red dragon, there was still always a line of hopeful young wooers eager to take on the challenge. 🔊

The political tension in the Middle East is heightened by the current leaders’ tendencies to spurn all overtures to peace. 🔊

Because Kenneth had elected to spurn his wife’s offer to ask for directions to the cabin, they found themselves hopelessly lost in the woods. 🔊

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