In my way did give to the poor and menders of the highway 3s.
The Greeks honoured the menders and darners, and called them “healers of clothes.”
A few inches more metalling, perhaps, another generation of menders, and so on.
Loose threads and knots are carefully cut off by the "burler" and imperfections in the weaving rectified by the "menders."
The road makers and menders of England and America could not get better models than these.
Antonio Rotta renders comic episodes from the life of Venetian cobblers and the menders of nets.
Sometimes, it may be remarked, a watch comes back from the menders in as bad a state as when it went.
When menders are employed all except those in the first group may be cared for in the library.