from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Clothes and other articles that must be repaired: We let the mending accumulate until Wednesday.
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- v. Present participle of mend.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A yarn composed of cotton and wool, and prepared for darning the so-called merino stockings made on the stocking-loom: used chiefly in the plural.
- n. Articles collectively that require to be mended.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of putting something in working order again
- n. garments that must be repaired
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"That's what I call mending matters!" said Denoisel.
Only an immediate dissolution and a fresh Parliament can have the requsite authority to begin mending that which they have broken.
In a slow-growth, high-unemployment economy still mending from a financial crisis, there are only so many trillion-dollar markets the politicians can destroy without sending America back into recession.
I hope she will work as tirelessly in mending the fractures she's created as she's worked in creating them.
It's time to give it up and play a positive role in mending the party.
In previous years, my post San Diego experience was one of physically mending from the physical exertion that I went through during the show.
By following the given instructions carefully, you will become able to dress your dolls, assist your mothers in mending, make garments, fancy articles, etc.
The behind-the-scenes role the Boston Red Sox owner played in mending the marriage between Larry Lucchino, 60, the mentor, and Theo Epstein, 32, the enormously successful protégé, cannot be underestimated.
The following evening Mrs Bunch was occupying herself in mending his nightgown.