For those who eschew coffee, the dirty chais are nothing to sneer at, either.
The preacher even eschewed a clerical collar for a bikini top and a blue tail.
Kapadia, a British filmmaker who started in fiction film, eschews talking heads.
The pope has eschewed limousines on his U.S. trip in favor of far smaller, Italian-made Fiats.
Morrissey was brought up in a Catholic household, but had eschewed religion by his teens.
A number of newspapers now eschew the more common offset lithography process in favour of flexo.
Urban mass transport systems in the United States were largely eschewed in favor of road expansion.
Alibi eschewed the strings and brass of a typical Martin project in favor of a more popular-rock style.
The CAL Language The CAL language borrows much from Haskell syntax, but also eschews some Haskell features.
And at least with respect to his choice of axioms the case can be made that indeed he does eschew the notion.
An implicit agreement exists among participants that they will play by the rules and eschew unfair measures to win.
He hesitates to shoot himself because of a nagging feeling of guilt that has plagued him ever since he eschewed the girl.
Many larger pubs in cities eschew such trappings entirely, opting for loud music, and focusing more on the consumption of drinks.
Patients with facial nerve disorders, severe hypertension or recurrent herpes simplex lesions should also eschew lip augmentation.
As its popularity as a movement waxed and waned, some authors considered themselves ‘structuralists’ only to later eschew the label.