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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of stitch.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. fastened with stitches


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  • Tracy has put me into 149 chef's whites, with my name stitched at the breast and cook's trousers in a large brown beige check.

    I believe I can fry

  • Each waitress had her name stitched into the fabric above her left breast.

    The Whisperers

  • She wore designer jeans, an intricate leather belt with her name stitched on it, a tight blouse that accentuated her figure, and gray boots.

    The Mesa Conspiracy

  • The name stitched on the pocket of his uniform was Paulsen.


  • If I went to work with him in the garage, on went the gray jumpsuit and matching service station cap, my name stitched in red script on each.

    Hoopi Shoopi Donna

  • Everything is handsomely wrapped in French-stitched leather, plated aluminum (such as the distinctive rotary-style gear selector), a piano-black finish yes, I know it's really plastic! or wood.

    Jaguar XJ: The Hottest Cat on the Road

  • The LOX collection features vibrant plush upholstery with a wrap around hardwood shell covered in stitched leather.

    The LOX Collection by Nolen Niu

  • Chelsea badge stitched is on the left of the shirt and the makers, Adidas, have their logo in the top centre of the shirt in white and the three stripes running down each sleeve in white.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • I also took the opportunity to do my journal quilt (number 26 - which means I am halfway through the year!), which I didn't get done yesterday - it's not quite finished, as it needs a back and to have the edge satin stitched, but it's essentially done.

    Spring Mini, JQP26, winner

  • All of them have fabric backgrounds and satin stitched edges, as well as fabric on the back.

    Double inchies


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