Definitions

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  • n. One who eschews.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who eschews.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who eschews.

Etymologies

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eschew +‎ -er

Examples

  • Also this week, Alaska's most famous birth control eschewer, Bristol Palin, told People magazine how excited she was to be joining Dancing with the Stars.

    Chris Kelly: Bristol Palin Dances, Pregnant, on Lisa Murkowski's Grave

  • Adherent to the cowboy way, eschewer of four-letter words and dental care, founder of the hippie movement, and failed prospector, Gabby Hayes can be counted upon to point and say, "They went thataway," and to develop plans to cut them off at the (more ...)

    Oil Shale's Time Has Not Come

  • Rarely was the choice of potations criticised, though occasionally some ruddy eschewer of sobriety insisted that his lady "take the same," avowing that "hootch," having been demonstrated beneficial in his case, was good for her also.

    The Spoilers

  • Ren is privy to this shit-talking and so -- eschewer of drama that she is -- goes directly to Brenda and tells her about it.

    Television Without Pity

  • This rampant teen licentiousness has caused cultural stewards the world over to clutch their pearls, and now it seems that a defiant Cyrus has added a like-minded clothes-eschewer to her coterie: 20-year-old singing underwear model Justin Gaston, with whom she was just snapped at church.

    ShowHype - Top Entertainment News, Videos, and Blogs

  • This rampant teen licentiousness has caused cultural stewards the world over to clutch their pearls, and now it seems that a defiant Cyrus has added a like-minded clothes-eschewer to her coterie:

    Gawker: Defamer

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