a deliberate discourteous act (usually as an expression of anger or disapproval)
an instance of driving away or warding off
reject outright and bluntly;
"She snubbed his proposal"
force or drive back;
"repel the attacker"
"fight off the onslaught"
"rebuff the attack"
- Her kindness to him was met with a cruel rebuff.
- His rebuff thoroughly deflated me.
- He rebuffed all my offers of friendship.
Never since the rebuff from Maria had he been able to display affection.出自： P. Rose
I once more asked for help (..it was harder, because of the rebuffs).出自： V. Ackland
He attempted to interview the Resident, and was rebuffed.出自： E. Waugh
Every opinion uttered is rebuffed.出自： Anthony Smith