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darn in Clothes & fashion topic

darndarn3 verb [transitive]  DCto repair a hole in a piece of clothing by stitching wool over it Her cardigan had been darned at the elbows.see thesaurus at repair→ See Verb table
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darnConsidering the arduous nature of their work, these require darning and stitching all too often.Gosh darn it, I expected it to be done.Loopy Lil gently smiled her new even welfare smile while Mrs Hollidaye darned lisle stockings.Sore eyes I may have, but at least I am not blind and can still darn my own stockings.If it could darn socks, I'd marry it.