He said that he had tried to “shun personal publicity and keep a low proﬁle as much as possible.”
The dish was a massive hit, and shun Lee Palace subsequently received a four-star review in The New York Times.
We cannot shun the negotiating table, nor ignore the foes or forces that could do us harm.
Athletic women make more money and hold more upper-management positions than those who shun sports—and their numbers are growing.
In a similar style, knives by Global and shun have better distribution so are easier to find in retail stores.
All I shall do is to think very ill of him, and shun him, and tear his memory out of my heart.
He had shunned her presence from the first: and she had grown now to shun him.
He resolved to mend his ways and shun the too fascinating society of the enchantress.
But for that end he must move through the living world—not shun it.
I shall not shun him, but will fight him, to fall or conquer.
Old English scunian "to shun, avoid; abhor; desist, abstain; to hide, seek safety by concealment," of uncertain origin; not found in any other language. Perhaps ultimately from PIE root *skeu- "to cover, to hide." Related: Shunned; shunning. A shun-pike (American English, 1911) was a road constructed to avoid tolls.