sewed

[ US /ˈsoʊd/ ]
[ UK /sˈə‍ʊd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. fastened with stitches
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How To Use sewed In A Sentence

  • I sewed by hand and by machine. Times, Sunday Times
  • Surgeons sewed most of the piece back on but were unable to replace a small section.
  • His mother sewed his clothes while he was young and knitted socks giving him a handmade pair for his birthday for many years.
  • My mum made our own clothes and sewed winter coats. The Sun
  • A large sword gash in his side, which had been sewed up, but from which the blood continually oozed, was the obvious cause of his present condition, and, to all human appearance, his death warrant. Eoneguski, or, the Cherokee Chief: A Tale of Past Wars. Vol. I.
  • She sewed and chatted with the wardrobe staff in the theater basement and tirelessly ran errands for the performers.
  • You would unpick the sides of your jeans and as soon as you sewed the material into it and put them on, you just thought you were gorgeous.
  • But Zeus rescued her unborn child, sewed it up in his own thigh, and brought it forth afterwards.
  • Tavara was the one who had mended Gordon, and she'd also resewed a couple of the acolyte's shifts so that Glory would have something to change into besides her jeans. The Warslayer
  • His voice was thick; stress sewed together the furrows between his eyes. A DAYSTAR OF FEAR
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