Whip"stitch` (?), n.


A tailor; -- so called in contempt.


Anything hastily put or stitched together; hence, a hasty composition. [R.] Dryden.

3. (Agric.)

The act or process of whipstitching.


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Whip"stitch`, v. t. (Agric.)

To rafter; to plow in ridges, as land. [Eng.]


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Whip"stitch`, n.

A small bit; esp., a small interval of time; an instant; a minute. [Dial. or Colloq.]


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Whip"stitch`, v. t.

To sew by passing the thread over and over; to overcast; whip.


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