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- v. Present participle of sew up.
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Seamen were repairing their clothes, sewing up huge rents in breeches and darning their shirts in readiness to meet the girls of Valdivia.
Japanese, with sail-needles and twine, sewing up a canvas-swathed bundle that unmistakably contained a human body.
Then we yoked Storm and Grumble to the serpent, and dragged it to a convenient distance from Rockburg, where the process of skinning, stuffing, and sewing up again afforded occupation of the deepest interest to the boys for several days.