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(mathematics, of a polyhedron) Derived from a simpler polyhedron by the addition of extra triangular faces.
Compare Dutch snuiven (“to snort, to pant"), German schnauben, German dialect schnupfen (“to sob"), and English snuff (transitive verb).
Middle English snubben to rebuke Old Norse snubba
American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
I was a little puzzled to start with, then I felt deeply hurt by the obvious snub.
This would be a huge snub, a huge insult to the host, at any time, and in any culture.
This results in a snub to the earthly beauty Guinevere, and the hero spends the rest of his days attempting to recapture the unattainable beauty of his fairy love.
The university was not likely to take a snub like that lying down.
Even the once acerbic press deplored the ' FA's final snub ' .
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