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    rebuff - Dictionary definition and meaning for word rebuff

    (noun) a deliberate discourteous act (usually as an expression of anger or disapproval)
    Synonyms : slight
    (noun) an instance of driving away or warding off
    Synonyms : repulse , snub
    (verb) reject outright and bluntly
    Synonyms : repel , snub
    Example Sentence
    • She snubbed his proposal
    (verb) force or drive back
    Synonyms : drive back , fight off , repel , repulse
    Example Sentence
    • repel the attacker
    • fight off the onslaught
    • rebuff the attack
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for rebuff

re (reject) + buff (bluff) -> you will reject/snub/beat back what a bluff (person who pretends or lies) says !

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re+buff(buffalo)....so when your buffalo..hits you.. and you beat it.... My Buffalo did it ones with Me hahahah ;)

a BUFFER is used to block or repel.

when a bluff person calls u u reply very bluntly

reBUFF>>sayin a girl that she is a BUFFalo means u r snubbing and insulting her!!!!!!not gud for u :)

Rebuff=Re(reply)+puff(food) snub that he cannot talk again.

A dog Rejected a stranger entry by barking "wuff wuff"

if some1s bluff is caught, and he bluffs again then it a rebuff and u will reject it pretty bluntly

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