Definition of shunning:
- "The U.P. Trail", Zane Grey.
For to creatures void of motive power- shell- fish and other such creatures which cling to rocks and grow there- belongs Sense alone, void of all other modes of gaining knowledge; to beasts endowed with movement, in whom some capacity of seeking and shunning seems to have arisen, Imagination also.- "The Consolation of Philosophy", Boethius.
And with quick, rapid steps the king, followed by the minister Breteuil, left the mill, and shunning the main road in order not to be seen by the queen, struck into the little side- path that led thither behind the houses.- "Marie Antoinette And Her Son", Louise Muhlbach Official.