spurning

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spurning

  1. present participle of spurn

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spurning ‎(plural spurnings)

  1. The act of one who spurns.
    • 1842, Edward Bulwer Lytton, The Disowned (page 286)
      But what are your foot-ploddings, your ambulating rejoicings, to the free etherealities which our courser's light bound and exultant spurnings of the dull earth bring to the spirit!

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spurning f ‎(genitive singular spurningar, nominative plural spurningar)

  1. question

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