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es·chew
[es-choo]
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT)
1.
to abstain or keep away from; shun; avoid: to eschew evil.
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Define eschew: to avoid habitually especially on moral or practical grounds : shun — eschew in a sentence.

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Eschew definition, to abstain or keep away from; shun; avoid: to eschew evil. See more.

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If you eschew something, you deliberately avoid it. If you live the bohemian life in the city, then most likely you eschew the suburbs.

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The verb eschew is not normally applied to the avoidance or shunning of a person or physical object, but rather, only to the avoidance or shunning of an idea, ...

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Definition of eschew - deliberately avoid using; abstain from.

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eschew definition, meaning, what is eschew: to avoid something intentionally, or to give something up: . Learn more.

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Look up eschew at Dictionary.com: mid-14c., from Old French eschiver "shun, eschew, avoid, dispense with," from Frankish *skiuhan "dread, avoid, shun," from  ...