Examples from the Web for shavian
But whether the Shavian Cæsar is a sound ideal or no, there can be little doubt that he is a very fine reality.
But it is irritating to think what diamonds, what dazzling silver of Shavian wit has been sunk in such an out-of-date warship.
The Shavian devil in contradistinction to the Baudelairian fiend does bitterly complain that he is so little appreciated on earth.Devil Stories|Various
This is the first case of the Shavian trick of turning on the romantic rationalists with their own rationalism.
It is now partly possible to justify the Shavian method of putting the explanations before the events.
British Dictionary definitions for shavian
Word Origin and History for shavian
1903, "in the style or manner of George Bernard Shaw" (1856-1950), from Latinized form of his name. An earlier form was Shawian (1894).