Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [s'oʊ]
meaning of the word
sew, run_up, sew_together, stitch
fasten by sewing; do needlework
Stuff the fish and sew it up.
But you must sit here and sew, hungry and cold.
Add a beaten egg to bind, stuff the fish, and sew up.
She told him stories of Dowie and Mademoiselle and how they had taught her to sew and embroider.
Stuff the fish, sew up, put in a buttered baking-pan, dredge with flour, dot with butter, and bake.
"I hope the doctors will sew up the place quick 'fore it does fall out," she added, with a look of deep concern.
I have got a frock which I will bring with me as a present for Potsey; and I will make her sew on the buttons for herself.
I want you to sew my lovely poppies over the collar and facings of the jacket, just spacing them a little and making a dainty irregularity.
"Baba Mustapha," said she, "you must make haste and sew the parts of this body together; and when you have done, I will give you another piece of gold."
As soon as a girl passed her fifteenth birthday, she began to sew for the "bottom drawer." But all those things change so, I dare say it's different now.'