Verb(1) decorate with needlework(2) add details to
(1) Unfortunately, Sewing Mistress made me embroider them, so they look funny, for who ever saw sturdy slippers with bluebirds and flowers on them?(2) Though if you made up and told her about fake girlfriends and fake relationships and other details to embroider the lie, then you've dug a deeper hole than I'm interpreting.(3) After a certain amount of time they have very little new or interesting to add and there is a temptation to embroider .(4) Francis creates her work using fabric, scissors and a sewing machine to embroider collages into images.(5) she was teaching one of the girls how to embroider(6) As a little girl I used to watch my aunt embroider pillow-covers, handkerchiefs, dupattas, baby-dresses, you name it.(7) If you are wondering what to do with your old sweaters, get them dyed to give them a new look and embroider some flowers or a paisley print on them.(8) If the person was special I'd cover it with cross-stitch fabric on which I'd embroider some flowers and a quote (can't believe I did such things).(9) In later centuries, ladies would compete with each other to embroider beautiful designs on the balls, using silk threads.(10) Many refuse, choosing instead to embroider on whatever rumors, exaggerations and pet theories are circulating in the occupied territories.(11) For the best results aligning the designs over seams, embroider a sample of the chosen design with black thread on white fabric that is the same or a similar weight and texture as the project fabric.(12) she was teaching the girls how to embroider(13) Lang biographers recall that the director often referred to this discussion in later life and liked to embroider some of the details.(14) Historical, psychological and spiritual themes embroider the simple ghost story and contribute poignance and depth to what would amount to little more than a campfire tale in terms of plot.(15) I began to embroider an intricate design of Sweden's mountains during sunrise.(16) He didn't actually call for Colless's head but he did embroider the story with enough venom for his followers to take up the cudgel.
(1) embroider :: ししゅうします
1. sew ::
2. elaborate ::
3. broider ::
4. aggrandise ::
Different Formsembroider, embroidered, embroiderer, embroiderers, embroideries, embroidering, embroiders, embroidery
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