Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • See hued.

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  • verb Past participle of hew

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Examples

  • Britain hewed from then on as closely it could to the U.S.

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  • I hope, though, that the new generation – including my sons – grow up less hewed from the same stone as we were.

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  • The outmatched lieutenant's blade snapped, ringing loudly as Conan's sword hewed through it, the vest of mail, and several ribs.

    Conan The Hunter

  • Aphareus 'son, with his great sword hewed at the spear near the butt, and the edge leapt back repelled by the shock, like a hammer from the anvil; and the heroes shouted with joy for their hope in the contest.

    The Argonautica

  • Idas, Aphareus 'son, with his great sword hewed at the spear near the butt, and the edge leapt back repelled by the shock, like a hammer from the anvil; and the heroes shouted with joy for their hope in the contest.

    The Argonautica

  • It was at the time when Blaise de Montluc, the sanguinary chief, struck the Protestants with a heavy hand, and his sword hewed them in pieces, while, in the name of a God of mercy, he inundated the earth with tears and blood.

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  • Aphareus’ son, with his great sword hewed at the spear near the butt, and the edge leapt back repelled by the shock, like a hammer from the anvil; and the heroes shouted with joy for their hope in the contest.

    The Argonautica

  • He had those Southern sensibilities that Carter had, that ability to connect with conservative Democrats, and he hewed in our direction on such issues as restraining federal spending, streamlining the government, and maintaining a strong military.

    The Good Fight

  • He had those Southern sensibilities that Carter had, that ability to connect with conservative Democrats, and he hewed in our direction on such issues as restraining federal spending, streamlining the government, and maintaining a strong military.

    The Good Fight

  • He had those Southern sensibilities that Carter had, that ability to connect with conservative Democrats, and he hewed in our direction on such issues as restraining federal spending, streamlining the government, and maintaining a strong military.

    The Good Fight

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