- v. Simple past tense and past participle of eschew.
“The short corridor in which I was placed was known as the "Bull Pen" -- a phrase eschewed by the doctors.”
“Peter Nicholas of The Los Angeles Times notes, as others have, that Mr. Obama’s flag pin, once eschewed, is now a staple.”
“The short corridor in which I was placed was known as the “Bull Pen” ” a phrase eschewed by the doctors.”
“After the one-two punch of Hoffman and Skórzewski's films, most of the other "black series" titles eschewed shock tactics in favour of subtler commentary and analysis.”
“Labor-saving technology was generally eschewed for more “authentic” means of production.”
“Long regarded as one of Europe's most eligible bachelors and reputed for his string of romances with some of the world's most beautiful women, 53-year-old Albert long eschewed marriage.”
“To make the process simple, manufacturers eschewed browsers, keyboards, and cursors.”
“The U.S. has eschewed this approach, sacrificed on the almighty altar of “consumer choice”, making do instead with the byzantine CAFE or corporate average fuel economy.”
“Flight, an instantaneous reaction, had been eschewed by nonaction.”
“I shrunk my social circle to include only those I most trusted, traveled with my brother to London to “start again,” refused to drink so much as a glass of wine—imagining that it was important to fully feel my loss at every moment—and eschewed all romantic encounters.”
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