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- n. Plural form of shunner.
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Because the Dreamward is lined up right next to us, almost porthole to porthole, with its Deck 12's port rail right up flush against our Deck 12's starboard rail, the Dreamward's semi-agoraphobic shore-shunners and I can stand at the rails and sort of check each other out in the sideways way of two muscle cars lined up at a stop light. . .
So, health care professionals and medication-shunners out there, help me understand this.
The seducers carried on their depths of Satan in the desert and the secret chambers, shunning the light; heretics were called lucifugae -- light-shunners.
The media-savvy meat-shunners at People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals revealed the winners of their annual "World's Sexiest Vegetarian" contest this week, and, well, let's just say something tastes a little off this year.
Fed up with the way churches operated, I wanted to mold a loose affiliation of church-shunners who felt exactly as I did, a hand-chosen group of friends who could pal around together in Christ and buck the established institutional system that had grown so lethargic and monolithic.
… many gluten shunners may have no real trouble with gluten, Sandquist says.