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Use "spurning" in a sentence
"And many fear that in spurning the Iranian government in its entirety, Bush may be slamming the door on five years of painstaking progress."
"Rebels passed resolutions "spurning" Mr. Lincoln's terms "with the indignation due to so gross an insult;" declared that the circumstances connected with his offer could only "add to the outrage and stamp it as"
"Thursday's spurning of the Nasdaq-ICE offer comes one week before a meeting of NYSE shareholders, some of whom already were rankled by their board's prior refusal to talk with the ICE-Nasdaq team or push for improved terms from the Deutsche Börse."