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  • n. A room in a home set aside for sewing.

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  • n. a room set aside for sewing


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  • Wira brought them to a rather dull-looking woman in a sewing room who was mending a pile of socks.

    Yon Ill Wind

  • Lauren was tapping on the walls in her mother’s old sewing room — still done in the same pale cream wallpaper with the tiny cornflowers that she had helped her mother hang when she was a child — when Embar materialized out of the built-in shelving her father had made so that her mother would have a place for all of her cloth.

    Memory of Fire


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