quine, v. To deny resolutely the existence or importance of something significant. - The Philosophical Lexicon (8th edition, 1987). Yes, 'quine' is a verb as well! This eccentric and satirical usage comes from W. V. O. Quine's tendency to deny the existence of things in this way (for example, it has been claimed of his philosophy that it denies the existence of beliefs).

The classic use of this term may be in Daniel Dennett's 'Quining Qualia' (in Consciousness in Contemporary Science, eds. Marcel and Biasch, OUP); a paper where Dennett argues that subjective experience is not 'special' in the ways that other thinkers have presumed (i.e., the ways in which qualia are special).