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  • adj. not stitched


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un- +‎ stitched


  • I had the same issue and later came "unstitched" because of shoddy work.

    Mary Shelley Had NO IDEA

  • Bell Potter Securities Ltd senior client adviser Stuart Smith said heavy falls in commodity prices overnight wiped 73 points of the London Metal Exchange and "unstitched" BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto's trading on the local bourse. | Top Stories

  • "Un ourlet décousu" (= 'a hem coming undone/unstitched ') "et qui commence à s'effilocher" (and starting to fray) … wouldn't be that bad for Jean-Marc on an ordinary day.

    agrafer - French Word-A-Day

  • However, one way in which gender distinctions remain is that men don the ihram, the white unstitched pilgrim's garb, while women are freer to wear other forms of modest clothing, including colorful national or cultural dresses.

    Zahra N. Jamal, Ph.D.: Hajj Diaries: The Multiple Dimensions Of Muslim Pilgrimage

  • Life under him will clearly be illuminating at times, the football refreshingly attack-minded and exhilarating when it clicks, but there will be occasions such as this when his team become unstitched.

    Chelsea on message but André Villas-Boas needs to work on method

  • The city unstitched is paltry sutures, yet the subway map coils serpentine

    The Edge of the World

  • A native of an affluent business community in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, Mr. Chidambaram keeps close ties to his roots, often wearing a traditional "veshti," an unstitched white cloth tied at the waist and falling to the ankles.

    India Ruling Party Ponders Leadership

  • Her self was an abandoned sampler, half the letters unstitched, the picture in the middle still vague.

    Secrets of a Good Samaritan

  • I had the same issue and later came “unstitched” because of shoddy work.

    Mary Shelley Had NO IDEA | Her Bad Mother

  • Because I know I am not the first guy to be plagued by a vague but persistent sense that the universe has been coming unstitched for some time, and that the destructive, if unquantifiable, process is continually accelerating.



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