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1, She spurned my offers of help.
2, She spurned his overtures of love.
3, She spurned all offers of help.
4, He spurned the advice of management consultants.
5, They spurn all our offers of help.
6, The president spurned the tight security surrounding him and adopted a more intimate style of campaigning.
7, We should spurn at the difficulties but not look down upon them.
8, Ellis plays the part of the young lover spurned by his mistress.
9, She spurned his advances.
10, Spurn Head has a reputation for rarities.
11, What other birds breed on Spurn?
12, Spurn is a long thin peninsula, jutting three-and-a-half miles out from the North Humberside mainland.
13, Eve spurned Mark's invitation.
14, But Dudaev would be foolish to spurn the offer outright.
15, I awfully spurn this kind of teacher.
16, As an armyman, I spurn fearlessly at all danger and the enemy.
17, They are treasured by localswho spurn frozen meat, finding it tasteless.
18, We can't spurn chances like we did in Copenhagen and against Celtic.
19, Scientists who spurn federal cash may do as they please.
20, I spurn your offer.
21, One is that the syndicates will spurn smaller deals because of the cost of the paperwork.
22, In these neoteric days, Chinese spurn at modernistic politics,(http://sentencedict.com/spurn.html) basically ground on particularism.
23, All attempts by the Socialists to woo him back were spurned. Similar overtures from the right have likewise been rejected.
24, The internal aim lies not to be enthral of things and to spurn the force.
25, Carl had been from his childhood a ball of fortune to spurn at.
26, Obama's efforts at conciliation, our adversaries—Iran, North Korea, Hamas, among others—may spurn America's outstretched hand, or meet it with a mailed fist .
27, The complicated misanthropy which enabled him, his interpreters declared, to love the public and spurn humanity, did not preclude certain trifling investigation of the tenderer emotions.
28, French discerpt work and recreation very clearly, they will spurn at you if your moblie are ringing.
29, One of these colleges shall open its doors to me - shall welcome whom now it would spurn.
30, And despite Mr. Obama's efforts at conciliation, our adversaries—Iran, North Korea, Hamas, among others—may spurn America's outstretched hand, or meet it with a mailed fist.
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