In fact, by the way he challenged my thoughts on the case, I thought perhaps he was aiming to stitch up the media.
In that way that was cathartic too, to sort of stitch up all those pieces and see how that is.
It is unnecessary to stitch up the wound made in the sheath.
She could not fit a bias to save her life; she could only stitch up a straight slant, and leave the rest to nature and fate.
The surgeon was called to stitch up the wound, but the medical man being drunk, Low cursed him for his bungling.
It may not be amiss to stitch up the wound, to keep the tow in, and let it remain forty-eight hours.
He could stitch up any horse on the place and never have the least hunch; but let it be a mule—Say!
Then I writ with a pencil on the kiver these words, 'Please restore missin' buttons and stitch up holes.'