Definition of Eschewing

1. Verb. (present participle of eschew) ¹



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Definition of Eschewing

1. eschew [v] - See also: eschew

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eschewing

escheatments
escheator
escheators
escheats
escherichia
escherichia coli infections
escherichia coli o157
eschevin
eschevins
eschew
eschewal
eschewals
eschewed
eschewer
eschewers
eschewing (current term)
eschewment
eschews
eschscholtzia
eschynite
eschynites
escin
escitalopram
esclandre
escocheon
escocheons
escolar
escolars
escorcin
escorial

Literary usage of Eschewing

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1. The Court of the Tuileries from the Restoration to the Flight of Louis Philippe by Catherine Charlotte Jackson (1897)
"eschewing Politics.— Pure Royalists. — An Imitator of Madame Recamier. — Rival Favourites. — A Gratifying Announcement. [HOUGH the streets of Paris had ..."

2. Reminiscences of Fifty Years by Mark Boyd (1871)
"A Reason for eschewing Politics. A friend of mine, now an octogenarian, gave up politics from a fright he had in early life. He happened to be in Piccadilly ..."

3. The Chronicles of Rabbi Joseph Ben Joshua Ben Meir, the Sphardi by Joseph (1835)
"And King Baldwin was a valiant man, fair to look upon, and eschewing evil. And it came to pass, when he reigned, that he gave his city of Edessa unto his ..."

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