Third-person singular simple present indicative form of snub.(verb)
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Use "snubs" in a sentence
"In fact, he is the Government, although the Datu Klana's signature or seal is required to confirm a sentence of capital punishment, and possibly in one or two other cases; and his Residential authority is subject only to the limitations of his own honor and good sense, sharpened somewhat, were he other than what he is, by possible snubs from the Governor of the Straits Settlements or the Colonial Secretary."
"The other high-profile "snubs" - Randolph, Aldridge, Odom, David West, Tony Parker, Monta Ellis, Rudy Gay, Nene, etc. - are all having fine seasons, but none of them are no-brainers."
"“Saudis take such things very seriously because they don’t expect such snubs from a brotherly country like Pakistan,” the source said."