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n.1.One who eschews.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
As you have taken up the cross, and become a follower of good and an eschewer of evil, I trust I shall see you before the altar, with a contrite heart and a meek spirit.”
A spelunker of quizzical caves, toppler of mediocrity and eschewer of mores, journalist-hedonist Dar was born and raised on Staten Island.
For Francis Norton, herbal tea aficionado and eschewer of Class A drugs: a PG Tips gift pack, to avoid further confusion, and a pint of gold top, to commemorate the way he and his solicitor managed to milk the Portman Square legal system.