One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
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.’
- ‘Yeah, I'm even adding in, the ' eww… boys have cooties ' years.’
- ‘One glove was… eww… in the toilet, and the other was filthy.’
- ‘She looks like a baked lemon. eww’
- ‘An "eww" from the children caused them to part and laugh.’
- ‘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!’
- ‘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.’
- ‘She wasn't even that pretty with her contact blue eyes, eww Kasha wannabe and pale pink lipstick.’
- ‘It sicked me out because at first I'm dancing then I feel like eww you're just staring at my boobs.’
- ‘I wish I was as tough as the skin on my feet (eww) sometimes.’
- ‘We wouldn't like to be the street cleaner who gets that particular beat… eww.’
- ‘They're funny because the "eww" factor is high, but that only makes her scarier when she turns on Christine.’
- ‘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.’
- ‘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!"’
- ‘Big hair and pencil skirts (eww) appeared at first.’
Enlisted woman (women).
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