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Turning Up Your Nose ( rejecting others because they are not good enough ... )

"Turning Up Your Nose"

"Turning up your nose" is acting like you are too good for a person or thing.

Example: "We invited them to dinner but they just turned up their nose at us."

Example: "Don't turn your nose up at me!"

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