stitch

Part of speech: verb

To join together with stitches; sew.

Part of speech: noun

A single passage of a threaded needle; also, the thread thus placed.

Part of speech: noun

A sharp sudden pain, as in the side.

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Usage examples "stitch":

  1. In European lands the cloaks are sewed with the legal- stitch, which is considered the proper finish. - "Quiet Talks about Jesus", S. D. Gordon.
  2. We paid a little over fifty dollars for the carpet before a stitch was taken in it; and fifty dollars will make you the possessor. - "After a Shadow, and Other Stories", T. S. Arthur.
  3. It's a bit o' stuff I'm feather- stitching; there- I am learning the stitch. - "Good Luck", L. T. Meade.