They shewed to every guest a skeleton: this, according to some, was to make them think of death.
You have been taken for a wise man, and so have shewed wit enough this day.
Most of these decoys were full of feathers, chiefly those of quails, which shewed their utility.
His answer to every article, almost methodically, shewed his memory.
I shewed him some civilities, but he is now a poor invalid, confined to his room.
But it shewed her how reasonable and just my expectations were; and that I was no encroacher.
And when he had said this, he shewed them his hands and his side.
"I hope it's nothing like that novel you shewed me," said the doctor gloomily.
That cardinal, in his zeal for the new College, which he now proceeded to found, shewed little respect for the old Church.
I was pleased to see that Baletti shewed off Marina to the best advantage.