from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A stitch in the side. See stitch, n.


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  • Given that I had been pumping up PLAY! for the past couple of weeks, I feel as if I have let my geek brethren down by tossing it aside for an hour of sweat producing, side-stitch resulting, labored breathing basketball.

    Confession: Tonight I chose sports over geekery

  • Like a knife through my ribs, the side-stitch was intense and very painful. News

  • Running: I suffered a mysterious side-stitch of epic proportions. News


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