Shunned

(Verb)

  • Persistently avoid, ignore or reject (someone or something) through antipathy or cautions.
  • This phrase was use in the article called “Here Poverty and Privilege are Neighbors; Income Gaps are a Source of Resentment and guilt” by Janny Scott and as the population swelled and real estate price increased, the wealthy had pushed into neighbors when they were “shunned.”

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