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Meaning of oversew

o•ver•sew

Pronunciation: (ō'vur-sō", ō"vur-sō'), [key]
— -sewed, -sewn -sewed, -sew•ing.
  1. to sew with stitches passing successively over an edge, esp. closely, so as to cover the edge or make a firm seam.
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