- v. To sew again.
“Muslims strive hard in this month to re-sew the torn fabric of human spirituality even as political and material impulses asunder it.”
“Anyhow, I had to re-make the bodice lining and re-sew it all together, which is a pain in my rear and now I am procrastinating ironing it :”
“This takes time and sometimes nerves, when the overlap somehow sneaks away, and I have to re-sew a couple of centimeters.”
“You can re-sew the seam by machine unless the article is too tiny or the tear is in too awkward a spot.”
“When the back of a book becomes loose, the remedy is to take it out of the cover, re-sew it, and glue it firmly into the former back.”
“I had to take apart every single item and re-sew each one because the sewing was done so badly.”
“At a young age, Myers would cut and re-sew her mother's clothing for a look all her own.”
“Let me try to rip it apart and re-sew together in a quick Frankenstein's Monster way to apply to these changing events.”
“8. Stitch over the old stitch lines to re-sew the pocket back to the jeans.”
“a broken thread in the sewing, and the only permanent cure is to take the book out of its cover, and re-sew it, when it may usually be re-inserted in the same binding.”
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