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Definition of "ewing" []

  • A form of malignant bone tumour most commonly found in children and young people (noun)

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Use "ewing" in a sentence
  • "We had heard the crowd ewing (ph) and awing, so we were aware of what was going on."
  • "Rev.ewing a sermon of Rev. Bowers in which he defended and recommended the lodges, the _Lutheran Observer_, in 1909, remarked: "It is a fair and unprejudiced presentation.""
  • "N.B. In this article of the B.er I would likewise include all the Molasses used in the Family not only in B.ewing but on other Occasions."
  • "Rev.ewing a sermon of Rev. Bowers in which he defended and recommended the lodges, the _Lutheran Observer_, in 1909, remarked: "It is a fair and unprejudiced presentation.""
  • "Ryan was diagnosed with ewing sarcoma cancer in april of 1993, a terrible blow for his family."
  • "Who are these franchise centers we are comparing hibbert too? the days of ewing, shaq, hakeem, amd robinson are over …"