Origin of Shavian
Examples from the Web for shavian
Historical Examples of shavian
An Irishman may like romance, but he will say, to use a frequent Shavian phrase, that it is "only romance."
I shouldn't wonder if they was something in the talk of this man Shaw or Shavian—I see the name spelled both ways in the papers.Somewhere in Red Gap
Harry Leon Wilson
He converses with Don Juan and a couple of other blas mortals, uttering Shavian iconoclasms with an air of courteous boredom.The Supernatural in Modern English Fiction
The Shavian devil in contradistinction to the Baudelairian fiend does bitterly complain that he is so little appreciated on earth.Devil Stories
It is now partly possible to justify the Shavian method of putting the explanations before the events.
1903, "in the style or manner of George Bernard Shaw" (1856-1950), from Latinized form of his name. An earlier form was Shawian (1894).