Surprise: Parks and Recreation Last year, the Globes nominated Smash for Best Comedy or Musical and snubbed Parks and Recreation.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was snubbed by heir-apparent Xi Jinping on her recent visit.
DiCaprio was snubbed for some of his best performances, among them Titanic, Catch Me If You Can, The Departed, and J. Edgar.
Last year, Porn Star Tweet was turned down for both red-carpet access and even tickets to the show—“snubbed,” Housley says.
The Best Male Lead prize went to John Hawkes (The Sessions), who was snubbed for the Oscar nomination.
She had snubbed the men by the score, laughed at them, made fools of them all, until she finally fell in love with him.
Now, as Private Secretary, Balfour had snubbed this party repeatedly.
She snubbed effusiveness in a way that yet gave no interesting hint of any wish to keep it herself in reserve.
He would have snubbed the cigar if he thought Conroy was inclined to moderation.
Nevertheless everybody liked him; even the poor housemaid whom he snubbed.
mid-14c., "to check, reprove, rebuke," from Old Norse snubba "to curse, chide, snub, scold, reprove." The ground sense is perhaps "to cut off," and the word probably is related to snip. Cf. Swedish snobba "lop off, snuff (a candle)," Old Norse snubbotr "snubbed, nipped, with the tip cut off." Meaning "treat coldly" appeared early 18c. Related: Snubbed; snubbing.
"short and turned up," 1725, in snub-nosed, from snub (v.). The connecting notion is of being "cut short."
"rebuke, intentional slight," 1530s, from snub (v.).