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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishldoce_256_apewpew1 /pjuː/ noun [countable]  1 church_pew.jpg DHFa long wooden seat in a church2 take a pew
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pewThen, toward the front, on the gospel side, he saw a man kneeling in a pew.His hand reached for the corner of a pew, the other scrabbling at the cracks in the uneven floor.Yes, by all means, take a pew.She sits in the church pew nest to you each week.There is a row of pews on either side of the chapel to seat two in each pew.The great audience rose, clapping and applauding, as the soldiers filed into she pews reserved for them...Except for the pews and the floors, almost every interior surface was covered with statues or paintings.The inner door stood open and through it she caught sight of Eleanor Shergold sitting in one of the pews.
pewpew2 interjection American English spoken  UNPLEASANTused when something smells very bad
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pewPew! What stinks?
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