Variant of sew
- to join or fasten with stitches made with needle and thread
- to make, mend, enclose, etc. by such means
Origin: Middle English sewen from Old English siwian, akin to Gothic siujan from Indo-European base an unverified form siw-, to sew from source seam, Classical Latin suere (pp. sutus), to sew, sew together
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