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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshewshew /ʃəʊ $ ʃoʊ/ verb [intransitive, transitive]  SHOW A FEELING OR ATTITUDEan old spelling of show
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shewBut they're careful not to hit him where the bruises will shew.It is bad that so much bias should be shewn, but it is, I suppose, inevitable.Her reflection shewed exactly what she imagined Timothy must see when he looked at her.When he shewed himself, they all leapt into the water and looked at him.She had been shewn into a side chapel set apart for visitors.Yet despite his efforts, his wife shewed no sign of becoming pregnant and his need for a son remained unfulfilled.She had tried not to mind and was careful to shew nothing but pleasure.In how many shapes does it make people shew themselves!
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