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Definition of "eschewing" []

  • Present participle of eschew. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "eschewing" in a sentence
  • "There's no glamor or media brownie points in eschewing the celebrity CEO and appointing a relative unknown founder-owner from the SME community to advise on real-world economic reform -- but there just might be a massive payoff."
  • "It differed from, say, the Rand Corporation in eschewing any claim to impartiality of analysis."
  • "McCain eschewing the “maverick” label is about as authentic as Guiliani claiming 9/11 didn’t happen on Bush’s watch."