The word of the day is ‘commensurate’.
This word is a verb i.e., it demonstrates an action or an occurrence.
Yes; the past form of this word is eschewed.
1. To have nothing to do with
2. Wash one’s hands-off something
3. To deliberately avoid using
1. To eschew strife and bragging, spite and greed, would that be love?
2. Sweet children, let your delight be courtesy and eschew rudeness.
3. You’re surely not going to eschew the higher mammals, like our respected father-in-law?
4. It is not hard to eschew cognac and claret, but there is no cure for “buzzing.”
5. These the mere romanticist must eschew if he does not wish to offend or to disgust.
Some synonyms of today’s word are:
abandon, avoid, forgo, forswear, renounce, relinquish, shun, shy away from, swear off, elude, evade, refrain, give up, not touch, abjure, abstain, fight shy of, reject, disavow, gainsay, disclaim, repudiate, spurn, abnegate, abdicate, drop, kick, disaffirm, forsake, etc.
Some antonyms of this word of the day are:
face, meet, embrace, love, keep, take on, like, indulge in, etc.
The way we’re attached to our phones these days, they buzz and twitch in our pockets, and we have to look and see if it was a text, a voicemail, or an e-mail. We’re almost like lab rats. I tried to eschew the whole cell phone theory until I had kids; then, I had to be reachable at all times.Eddie Vedder
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