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adjective as in stitched

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For many decades now, the Queen has had heavy lead weights sewn into the hems of her skirts by her dress maker Angela Miller.

A major surgery requiring plastic mesh sewn into her belly saved her life.

New mothers want two hammocks made of soft, shapeless cotton sewn together and viewed only in a darkened room.

The Queen, who has lead weights sewn into her dress, would never let such a wardrobe malfunction occurr.

The creases in his trousers are so fierce they look like crowbars are sewn into them.

The 29th attackers had sewn on to their backs triangles cut out of kerosine tins.

She wore a kind of sark of shadowy black veil, sewn over with sparkling bits of gem.

Please send me some more pheasants or partridges cooked as before, and sewn up in sacking.

Well away from the enemy the soldier is borne on a stretcher, sewn up in his blankets and wrapped in a flag.

These were hastily sewn up in their own hammocks, with a couple of round shot at their feet, and then launched overboard.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sewn, such as: embroidered, mended, patched, null, and tailored.

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