(used as an exclamation expressing disgust, aversion, or the like): Ew, I hate mushrooms!
How to use ew in a sentence
When ew brought up the conversation with Garfield to Amazing Spider-Man director Marc Webb, the director cut them off.Could Spider-Man Be Gay? Andrew Garfield Thinks So. | Kevin Fallon | July 10, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The ew-inducing Ranjeet is notorious for having taken part in an estimated 400 scenes.
Now, the cycle of “ew” will continue, when Brutsch appears on CNN for an interview with Anderson Cooper this Thursday.
Channing Tatum channeled his inner teenybopper alongside Jimmy Fallon for the latest installment of ‘ew!’Obamacare, Ann Curry, Nora Ephron, and More Viral Videos | The Daily Beast Video | June 30, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
But riding the “roller coaster,” as Ariel Schulman puts it, of anonymous DIY filmmaker to ew poster boy has been heady.
I should read Pyn, ew, instead of Fyn ew; only we have had pyn already, in l. 1379.Chaucer's Works, Volume 1 (of 7) -- Romaunt of the Rose; Minor Poems | Geoffrey Chaucer
Only a ew days after her visit to Mrs. Jocelyn came a package, a large, flat, nearly square package.Polly of the Hospital Staff | Emma C. Dowd
The diphthong ew is a sample of what may be called an unsteady or unstable combination.A Handbook of the English Language | Robert Gordon Latham
In any case, it is very certain that we come across this Patience again in Russian novels with a name ending in ow or ew.George Sand, Some Aspects of Her Life and Writings | Rene Doumic
Whe-e-ew, I can't stand this; come and take a walk, Leslie; I want stretching!
British Dictionary definitions for EW
Estonia (international car registration)
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