Simple past tense and past participle of snub. (verb)
Examples of word snubbed
Anthony was snubbed from the Western Conference team, overlooked Thursday when the reserves were announced.
The two-time MVP was snubbed from the All-Star team this season in what is probably more of a reflection of playing for Terry Porter instead of Mike D'Antoni.
Allen missed 14 of his first 19 shots - a day after the six-time All-Star was snubbed from the newest All-Star team.
After the game, Bulldogs forward Joel Cornette said that his team was "making up for lost time" after being snubbed from the tournament last year with a 25-5 record.
Sir Salman Rushdie, darling of the literary establishment and the crown prince of the Booker Prize, has been snubbed from the short list for ... the Booker Prize.
Let’s see if we will hear that McCain snubbed these journalist.
Show patriarch Ed O'Neill got snubbed, which is nothing new: the academy ignored him every year he starred in "Married ... with Children."
Every adult cast member is nominated -- Ty Burrell, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Eric Stonestreet, Sofia Vergara and Julie Bowen -- except show patriarch Ed O'Neill, who got snubbed, which is nothing new: The academy ignored him every year he starred in "Married ... with Children."