coldshoulder


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cold·shoul·der

 (kōld′shōl′dər)
tr.v. cold·shoul·dered, cold·shoul·der·ing, cold·shoul·ders Informal
To slight or snub (someone).
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coldshoulder

verb
Informal. To slight (someone) deliberately:
Idioms: close the door on, give someone the cold shoulder, give someone the go-by, turn one's back on.
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CHANNEL 4 will not be reviewing its policy of interviewing jockeys immediately after races in the wake of Robert Thornton saying he intends to continue to coldshoulder TV reporters when leaving the track if he is among the winners at Cheltenham next week, writes Graham Green.