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In his famous dictionary of 1755 Dr. Samuel Johnson characterized "eschew" as " almost obsolete." History has proven that the great lexicographer was wrong on ...

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

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

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Ferling eschews the current habit of historians who write microscopically on their chosen subject and thereby provide immense detail at the expense of ...

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eschew definition: To eschew is defined as to purposely try to stay away from or to avoid. (verb) An example of eschew is when you hate airplanes and never go ...

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Eschew definition: If you eschew something, you deliberately avoid doing it or becoming involved in it. | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.

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Define eschew (verb) and get synonyms. What is eschew (verb)? eschew (verb) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

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To avoid using, accepting, participating in, or partaking of: "Italian tends to eschew the sort of polite euphemisms in which English glories" (David Leavitt).