Definitions

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  • verb To sew again.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Muslims strive hard in this month to re-sew the torn fabric of human spirituality even as political and material impulses asunder it.

    Muqtedar Khan: Ramadan: A Month Of Longing

  • Muslims strive hard in this month to re-sew the torn fabric of human spirituality even as political and material impulses asunder it.

    Muqtedar Khan: Ramadan: A Month Of Longing

  • 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 :

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • 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 :

    Thursday Thursday Thursday

  • This takes time and sometimes nerves, when the overlap somehow sneaks away, and I have to re-sew a couple of centimeters.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • This takes time and sometimes nerves, when the overlap somehow sneaks away, and I have to re-sew a couple of centimeters.

    St. Elisabeth questions

  • You can re-sew the seam by machine unless the article is too tiny or the tear is in too awkward a spot.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • You can re-sew the seam by machine unless the article is too tiny or the tear is in too awkward a spot.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • You can re-sew the seam by machine unless the article is too tiny or the tear is in too awkward a spot.

    HOME COMFORTS

  • You can re-sew the seam by machine unless the article is too tiny or the tear is in too awkward a spot.

    HOME COMFORTS

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