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Answer for the clue "Network of stitches", 4 letters:
darn

Alternative clues for the word darn

Mend

"Nuts!"

"Rats!"

"Phooey!"

Save, as socks

"Fudge!"

Fix, in a way

"Oh, crumb!"

"Shucks!"

Extremely, informally

"Oh, heck!"

Put in stitches

Sew up

Seamstress' cry upon making a mistake?

Mend, in a way

Get rid of holes

"Shoot!"

Patch up

Not-so-strong oath

*"Rats!"

"Drat!"

Doggone

Tend to a hole

Timid swearword

"Geez!"

Alternative to nuts?

Mend, as socks

Something of little value

A euphemism for `damn'

Fill gaps, in a way

Junior's imprecation

Patch

Parson's curse

Repair argyles

Mend socks

Use an egg

Mild expletive

Mend with thread

Fix a sock

Do some mending

Mild oath

"___ That Dream," 1939 song

Mend old socks

Disney's "That ___ Cat"

Repair, in a way

Nertz!

Sock saver

Repair

Kin of "Nertz!"

Fix a hose hole

Do mending

Junior's expletive

Word definitions for darn in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
I. interjection PHRASES FROM OTHER ENTRIES I'll be darned if ... I'll be darned! a (damn/darned/darn) sight more/better etc ▪ Actually, a damn sight more than from that stiff gherkin Smott. ▪ I prefer my women a little older and a damn sight more sober....

The Collaborative International Dictionary Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Darn \Darn\, n. A place mended by darning.

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
Etymology 1 (context euphemistic English) damn. adv. (context degree euphemistic English) damned. interj. (context euphemistic English) damn. v (context transitive English) Euphemism of damn. Etymology 2 n. A place mended by darning. vb. (context transitive...

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"to mend" c.1600, perhaps from Middle French darner "mend," from darne "piece," from Breton darn "piece, fragment, part." Alternative etymology is from obsolete dern (see dern ). Related: Darned ; darning .

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. a euphemism for `damn' something of little value; "his promise is not worth a damn"; "not worth one red cent"; "not worth shucks" [syn: damn , hoot , red cent , shit , shucks , tinker's damn , tinker's dam ] sewing or darning that repairs a worn or torn...

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Darn may refer to: Darning , a sewing technique Darn , a minced oath used in lieu of damn Darn , a unit of measurement, equal to 2.587 feet (US).

Usage examples of darn.

He must have been an elderly boffin of great courtesy and patience to tolerate darn fool questions at this hour of the night.

But, by way of recreation, after the supper dishes had been washed up, Gertie darned socks, mended shirts, patched trousers for the men folk or sewed on some garment for herself.

You thought yourself a darned sight better than me, because you could play the piano and speak French.

You even tried to shoot me and I only made you look like a darned fool.

Buttonhole edging with darned centre, centre filled with strands of wool caught down at intervals with double back stitch.

The shamrock leaf has a darned contour of double threads, the filling was in stem stitch, solid, with bars of a darker colour worked across it.

The two small petals filled solid with stem stitch, three rows of which are used for outlining the long petal, the centre being filled with rings in buttonhole stitch and darned background.

Destiny read some kind of warning there, but darned if she could figure out what it meant.

He was darned lucky to have the support of his parents and Sylvia, people he could trust with Kayla.

This whole mess harked back to his stupid slip--calling her Lanni as the darned alarm jolted him awake.

When the price rose to fifteen thousand, Minty literally clung onto his hands and told him not to be a darned fool.

When I saw you standing there waving, I thought the whole darned works were all fouled up.

Was Anne Darner a clairvoyant, that she could predict a string of successes for his lordship?

I have wondered about the goings-on in that place ever since Anne Darner inherited it.

Anne Darner surpassed expectations as Hippolita, while Lady Louisa was utterly splendid as Isabella.