shunned / ʃʌn /


shunned 的定义

v. 有主动词 verb

shunned, shun·ning.

  1. to keep away from, from motives of dislike, caution, etc.; take pains to avoid.

shunned 近义词

v. 动词 verb

avoid, ignore


  1. Amazon’s push comes as consumers are shunning stores and ordering more items online, a trend the coronavirus pandemic has accelerated.
  2. It’s a workplace that embraces rather than shuns the cliché parts of psychedelic culture, says research coordinator and former grad student Ian Geithner.
  3. The problem for Ramaswamy is that he wants to charge a monthly subscription fee to support Neeva, which admirably promises to shun ads and the kind of data collection that Google now relies upon.
  4. I was avoided, not given important assignments, and generally shunned.
  5. To be sure, that’s partly a function of lockdowns that left restaurants and bars shuttered, and air travel widely shunned.
  6. Before Cuba was shunned and sanctioned, it was a handy place for the randy.
  7. Now the center was being used for “Ebola orphans” – lost children, shunned children, distressed children.
  8. By contrast, in the 2010 midterm election, the GOP embraced super PACs while Democrats shunned them.
  9. Women Living with Incurable STDs, argues that women are more often shunned when it comes to an STI.
  10. Or the person may have been sustained, but mercilessly mocked and shunned in life.
  11. The secretary trembled in his every limb; his eyes shunned his master's as his master's had shunned Garnache's awhile ago.
  12. And treaties, of whatever kind with the enemies of God, that are condemned, are to be shunned as a snare to the soul.
  13. To-day he is left entirely alone, pitied by some, shunned by a few, and almost forgotten by the large majority.
  14. He meanwhile shunned the public gaze with a haughty shyness which inflamed curiosity.
  15. Edinburgh is the only town in Great Britain, which I have visited, whose streets are not shunned by respectable people at night.