Snub

Snub

, n. 1. A knot; a protuberance; a song. [Obs.]
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[A club] with ragged snubs and knotty grain.
Spenser.
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2. A check or rebuke; an intended slight. J. Foster.
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Snub nose, a short or flat nose. -- Snub post, or Snubbing post (Naut.), a post on a dock or shore, around which a rope is thrown to check the motion of a vessel.
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