sew

Part of speech: verb

To make, mend, or fasten, as with needle and thread.

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Usage examples "sew":

  1. She thought of Di's girlish folly, her irritating independence-" and there," Lulu thought, " just the other day I was teaching her to sew." - "Miss Lulu Bett", Zona Gale.
  2. The whole of matter is made to appear to our thought as an immense piece of cloth in which we can cut out what we will and sew it together again as we please. - "Creative Evolution", Henri Bergson.
  3. On to these curtains you sew a number of small brass rings, which you can buy for about 20 cents a dozen, or even less. - "My Book of Indoor Games", Clarence Squareman.