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.
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.