embroider

[ em-broi-der ]SEE DEFINITION OF embroider

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMBROIDER

Maidens of the first families were selected to embroider the sacred peplus.

I learnt to sing rondeaux and to embroider handkerchiefs for my mother.

They agreed to embroider a pair of slippers for her—to do the work themselves.

The girls used to sit about indoors and embroider—oh, everlastingly!

You see at home, when I get my work done, I knit or crochet or embroider.

We'll eat our luncheon, and then you can embroider and I'll read to you some more.

I wish you would, dear, and embroider an altar cloth while you are here.

She could crochet and she could embroider, so these helped a bit.

Others will embroider scarfs for you; 'tis I, the servant, who will care for them.

The most beautiful is to embroider in silk or mercerized cotton.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EMBROIDER

sew

verbprepare fabric for clothing, covering
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