darning : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the act of mending a hole in a garment with crossing threads
- v repair by sewing
- Which brings everyone to Mikhail Gorbachev, who is nearly as bald as a darning egg, and to the upstart Boris Yeltsin, whose mane of graying locks ruffles conspicuously these days .
- Weaknesses: varying his social engagements, successfully building a time machine, darning socks.
- The skinny pants, low-cut jeans, micro-minis and bubble skirts that are coming our way this fall all look fabulous if you're built like a darning needle, but they're just not going .
News & Articles
- Beaumont and its legacy of saluting hometown veterans
Photo by Rodrigo Pena — The Veterans Memorial in front of Beaumont City Hall. Whether it’s the Woman’s Club darning socks for soldiers during World War I or today’s city fathers creating a Veterans Memorial, Beaumont has a time-honored tradition of saluting those who served their country.
Nov. 16, 2013 - The Record Gazette
- Jude Law in BBC News
Calling them 'it', demanding food and darning and cleaning. It would have been a very different universe that we'd have had to discover in a modern time to get away with it,Law said.