All appeared to eschew
aristocracy, even in their pocket-handkerchiefs.
I had the conviction that he could only regard me as a poor-spirited slave, wherefore I now went about to shun his presence and eschew
vain quarrelling, and the Achaeans old and young will respect you more for doing so.
He also eschews
hot potations, and addicts himself to a tankard of ale, which is brought him by the barmaid.
If this conclusion is valid, it follows that behaviourist psychology, which eschews
introspective data, is capable of being an independent science, and of accounting for all that part of the behaviour of other people which is commonly regarded as evidence that they think.
Now this was one of the things I had been brought up to eschew
like disgrace; it being held by my father neither the part of a Christian nor yet of a gentleman to set his own livelihood and fish for that of others, on the cast of painted pasteboard.