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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of mend.

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Examples

  • Just as I got the waggin mended come Aunt Bathsheba Sawin's boy and put me in mind that I promised to carry her corn to grind; and I had to stop and take that round to mill; and then I remembered the pills that was to go to Hannah Dexter –

    Oldtown Folks

  • Adulandi, the Arte of Flatterie, first edition, excessively rare, title mended, a piece wanting in the centre. 4to.

    Bibliomania; or Book-Madness A Bibliographical Romance

  • Gerard was at the smith's, having his sword mended and finding it strange to think that the very enemy who might soon be spitted on that sword was now working hard to fix it.

    Dragons Of A Vanished Moon

  • Gerard was at the smith's, having his sword mended and finding it strange to think that the very enemy who might soon be spitted on that sword was now working hard to fix it.

    Dragons of a Vanished Moon

  • No cup is broken in more places and mended, that is to say a plate is broken and mending does do that it shows that culture is Japanese.

    Tender Buttons

  • No cup is broken in more places and mended, that is to say a plate is broken and mending does do that it shows that culture is Japanese.

    Objects

  • No cup is broken in more places and mended, that is to say a plate is broken and mending does do that it shows that culture is Japanese.

    Tender Buttons Objects—Food—Rooms

  • He recalled the mended windows and roofs and palings in the village, the park gates and entrance.

    The Shuttle

  • He recalled the mended windows and roofs and palings in the village, the park gates and entrance.

    The Shuttle

  • DD-B and Andy, I gather fuses are properly 'mended' in the UK, or at least were in 1967.

    Making Light: Open thread 137

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