Shun [verb]

Definition of Shun:

avoid, ignore

Opposite/Antonyms of Shun:

Sentence/Example of Shun:

Above all, shun the snares of women, for they are ever set for the foolish feet of the young.

I have been early taught to shun all allusion to his memory.

He had shunned her presence from the first: and she had grown now to shun him.

But for that end he must move through the living world—not shun it.

Should a woman you scarcely know try the trick on you—shun her.

I shun father and mother and wife and brother when my genius calls me.

Is not the world God's world that you must shun it as if the Devil had fashioned it?

Ay—it is the way of truth to hurt, which is why, hating pain, we shun truth so often.

I would not only shun every evil, but every appearance of evil, or what might be construed into an appearance.

A gleam like laughter came into her eyes; nor did she shun his kindling gaze.