from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- v. A past participle of sew.
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- v. Past participle of sew
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A past participle of sew.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. fastened with stitches
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I peered at the name sewn onto her coat in blue stitching, vowing to Google her later and maybe, I thought wildly, submit her as a candidate for a Dateline exposé.
Tony and I will never check up on him, or return the two neckties lent to us by him, ties that have little labels with his name sewn into them, labels sewn with all the love that he lost.
People sent me handmade quilts and blankets, some with my name sewn into them.
Hello, little girlerKee-ree-uh, the child-nabber would say, cocking his head to the side and phonetically pronouncing the name sewn into the collar of my puffy ski jacket.
I wrapped myself in the musty glamour of the tangerine bouclé coat with the label sewn into its silk lining, the color of the pearly inside of a shell: "Bergdorf Goodman on the Plaza."
Opposite: Now I had my own costumes made for me, it was my name sewn inside.
The names of the dolls can be found on a tag sewn on their bottom.
Just when spread bettors thought Chelsea had the title sewn up, along comes a weekend that blows everything open.
Leaders Lymm appear to have the title sewn up but LSH are one of five clubs separated by just two points in the race for second spot.
The district fours hasn't been decided yet but Casino RSM has the title sewn up.