from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who spurns or rejects.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who spurns.
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- noun One who
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a person who rejects (someone or something) with contempt
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Adelaide thought not; she thought it, on the contrary, an admirable device to "save the face" of a mercenary lover posing as a sentimentalist and money-spurner.
"I am neither a condemner nor a spurner," Malchus said indignantly;
O spurner of my love I ne'er of thee so hard would deem * That I of thee should be despised, of thee my property.
O spurner of my love I ne’er of thee so hard would deem
Believing with great reason, that they can never remove themselves too far from its savage principles, the system that serves for the basis of such a creed, becomes as odious as the superstition itself; they feel that terrific systems can only be detailed by cruel ministers; these become detestable objects to every enlightened, to every honest mind, in which either the love of equity, or the sacred fire of freedom resides; to every one who is the advocate of humanity -- the indignant spurner of tyranny.
a clay, or of the world, that spurner of living, and patron of dead merit?
I did not dream of this; who could have thought that a lad of your age would have been a spurner of the gods? "