Sentence examples for shun from high-quality English sources.

  • Plenty may shun it if you loudly espouse dogma they find disagreeable.

  • She later raised the tweets in the Scottish Parliament, and called on SNP politicians to "shun" Mr Campbell.

  • A website advocating Amazon workers shun unions,, warned the Bessemer employees, "why pay almost $500 in dues?

  • Like those of many retailers, Walmart’s online sales during the pandemic have soared, as more people shun brick-and-mortar shopping.

  • There are still areas that private investors shun—municipal finance, for instance.

  • Facebook's financial results reported on Wednesday did not reflect any move by customers to shun the network over privacy concerns.

  • Insult was added to injury when Russia leased the same territory with its important naval base, Port Arthur (now Lü-shun), from China in 1898.

  • For such a desire is anathema to most post-modernist thinkers, who resist and shun the possibility (and desirability) of any absolute reality.

Use shun in a sentence.

  • There’s something of Cato from the Pink Panther films about Shun – enthusiastic Asian servant who struggles with English, especially the pronunciation, hahaha.

  •            Who doth ambition shun,            And loves to live i' th' sun,            Seeking the food he eats,            And pleas'd with what he gets,          Come hither, come hither, come hither.            

  • British journalists are temperamentally dismissive of summit conclusions, she notes, so more or less ignored the fact that the March 1st shindig ended with an agreed text stressing unity and pledging to shun protectionism.

  • There are thriving and growing pockets of vaccine opponents across the country that span ideological boundaries: In Washington State, some liberal communities shun vaccinations while conservative populations in Texas also oppose them.

  • As Banza's co-founder Brian Rudolph understands, "There's something special about pasta — people love it on an emotional level" — and that opens the door for shoppers to either enthusiastically embrace an outsider such as Banza, or vehemently shun it.

  • If there’s never been a better time to eat Chinese food in New York, there’s never been a worse time to eat at Shun Lee, where the menu harks back to an era when Chinese restaurants pandered to timid American palates, and the prices are absurdly high.

  • Togon-temür, posthumous name (shi) (Yuan) Shundi, Wade-Giles romanization Shun-ti, (born 1320, China—died 1370, China), last emperor (reigned 1333–68) of the Yuan (Mongol) dynasty (1206–1368) in China, under whom the population was provoked into rebellion.

  • Greene's behavior has attracted attention from Democratic upstarts in her district in the northwestern part of the state as well as challengers within her own party, which is grappling with whether to accept or shun the faction of Trumpist Republicans that Greene typifies.

shun sentence examples

  • The traditional end-of-summer commuter crush appears unlikely to materialise in the UK next week as companies and staff shun the office and embrace remote working, prompting a warning from the country’s leading business body about the future of firms that rely on passing trade.

  • The Belt and Road discussion was moderated by Tian Wei, a well-known anchor for the state-run China Global Television Network, making the absence of Chinese government officials, who typically shun panels with foreign moderators known to have criticized China, somewhat surprising.

  • He said the testimonies of "courageous survivors has lifted the lid on this dark chapter of our shared history and exposed our hypocrisy to the glaring light," adding that no family today should "shun their child to protect some misguided notion of 'respectability' in the parish community."

  • Across the country, religious leaders whose politics fall to the left of center, and who used to shun the political arena, are getting involved — and even recruiting political candidates — to fight back against President Trump’s policies on immigration, health care, poverty and the environment.


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  • 3 sentence examples for shun from The Economist
  • 3 sentence examples for shun from BBC
  • 3 sentence examples for shun from Business Insider
  • 4 sentence examples for shun from New York Times
  • 2 sentence examples for shun from Encyclopedia Britannica
  • 1 sentence examples for shun from Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
  • 2 sentence examples for shun from The Guardian
  • 1 sentence examples for shun from GutenbergBooks - The Complete Works of William Shakespeare by William Shakespeare
  • 1 sentence examples for shun from The New Yorker
    There are 7 relevant lexical connections:
  • • Relevant word or phrase for shun is eschew
  • • Relevant word or phrase for shun is banish
  • • Relevant word or phrase for shun is ostracize
  • • Relevant word or phrase for shun is cast out
  • • Relevant word or phrase for shun is ban
  • • Relevant word or phrase for shun is ostracise
  • • Relevant word or phrase for shun is blackball

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