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Used to express disgust or distaste.‘ew, I'd hate to think what has been trampled into that carpet’‘eww, how can you eat that?’
- ‘Oh eww I just called Tanner my brother.’
- ‘But that's also not possible since I have 6 more days of high school in my public school career and I've got to study for finals… eww!’
- ‘It sicked me out because at first I'm dancing then I feel like eww you're just staring at my boobs.’
- ‘She looks like a baked lemon. eww’
- ‘This selection of peep-toe boots, high-heeled Oxfords and studded short boots (I'm sorry, Gucci, but eww) should not see the light of day.’
- ‘Big hair and pencil skirts (eww) appeared at first.’
- ‘I'll miss the dirty look he would give you when he yawned in your face with that disgusting old dog breath, and you went "eww!"’
- ‘I wish I was as tough as the skin on my feet (eww) sometimes.’
- ‘They're funny because the "eww" factor is high, but that only makes her scarier when she turns on Christine.’
- ‘They loaded me up with happy gas, told me I had an abscess (eww), drilled out some decay and took $200 out of my pocket.’
- ‘An "eww" from the children caused them to part and laugh.’
- ‘One glove was… eww… in the toilet, and the other was filthy.’
- ‘She wasn't even that pretty with her contact blue eyes, eww Kasha wannabe and pale pink lipstick.’
- ‘We wouldn't like to be the street cleaner who gets that particular beat… eww.’
- ‘Yeah, I'm even adding in, the ' eww… boys have cooties ' years.’
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