Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: stitched
IPA transcription: [st'ɪtʃt]
adverb meaning of the word
  • Synonyms: sewed, sewn, stitched
    Meaning: fastened with stitches
Usage examples
  • The only thing I desire of you is to show me the house where you stitched up the dead body."
  • When he had dropped a few into the belt, he stitched the leather across and across, quilting-in the stones.
  • It was past twelve o'clock when he had stitched both sides and one end of the double chamois-leather belt; the other end he left open.
  • He also expressed a wish to have his body stitched up in a shotted hammock and dropped into the harbor; but as he did not strenuously insist on this, and as it was not in accordance with my grandfather's preconceived notions of Christian burial, the Admiral was laid to rest beside Kitty, in the Old South Burying Ground, with an anchor that would have delighted him neatly carved on his headstone.