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So, he decided to give the church a chance, if not just for the sake of mending his relationship with his mother.

For years, Schmidt lived in poverty, eating beans and mending his clothes with flour sacks.

London may as well also require that cabbies master the art of saddling a horse and mending a harness.

It is coming together now, mending, he sees it in paragraphs, is almost afraid to sleep for losing the connections.

One recent survey showed a clear majority believed that neither party was capable of mending “Broken Britain.”

Some mending of the text is absolutely necessary, because shette is altogether a false form; the pp.

Those that I now saw were yoked in twos or threes to large waggons, full of stones for mending the roads.

Sometime, she reflected, she would be mending worn garments for another man, now far away.

After that home and to bed, reading myself asleep, while the wench sat mending my breeches by my bedside.

She goes to market with her father's cook, makes delicious pickles and preserves, and hasn't her equal in mending and darning.'


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to mending, such as: adjustment, alteration, ameliorating, bettering, correcting, and curing.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.