from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- noting a book with unsawed sections, on the back of which the cross-bands are placed, project ing outward, giving more flexibility.
- To be brought to a standstill; be ruined or overwhelmed.
- To be intoxicated.
- To close or unite by sewing: as, to sew up a rent.
- To practise sewing; join things by means of stitches.
- Nautical, to be sewed, or sewed up. See phrase above.
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