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Noun
An abrupt or ungracious rejection of an offer, request, or friendly gesture
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“She knew that a rebuff of his proposal would find its way onto TMZ within the hour.”
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An act of rebuffing or being ungracious to someone
“When he did not respond to her letters, she interpreted it as a rebuff.”
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A deliberately hurtful remark
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State of being impervious, immune to, or blocking an external influence or harm
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Express or tacit abandonment of a right or position, usually without assignment to another person
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An act or alienating or turning someone away
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The state of being vanquished
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A critical or disparaging comment
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An obstacle, delay, or disadvantage
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A harsh expression of disapproval or criticism
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The act of not paying the proper care or attention to something
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The act or state of humiliating (someone) or being humiliated
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To reject or not accept an offer or suggestion
“Carter tries to invite the ladies out for a drink but is puzzled when they rebuff his offer.”
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To snub or treat someone with disdain
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“He did not rebuff anyone who was weak or contemptible or anyone who was very poor.”
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To refuse or be unwilling to allow or grant
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To block, deflect, or ward off
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To refuse to admit the truth or existence of
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To criticize or castigate severely
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To refuse to fulfill an agreement or obligation
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To slow the growth or progress of, or to keep under control
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