verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
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Idioms for mend
- recovering from an illness.
- improving in general, as a state of affairs: The breach between father and son is on the mend.
Origin of mend
SYNONYMS FOR mend
OTHER WORDS FROM mend
Words nearby mend
Example sentences from the Web for mended
Troubled relationships can actually be mended during this time.
But look for any breach between the GOP establishment powerhouse and the Tea Party-backed Paul to be mended very quickly.
Women like to think such things can be mended, but they can't—they can't, indeed.Marriage la mode|Mrs. Humphry Ward
Suddenly, the string of his cross-bow 054snapped, and he entered the hut of the nearest forester to have it mended.Agnes Strickland's Queens of England, Vol. I. (of III)|Rosalie Kaufman
With the ravelings of a linen handkerchief, aided by the magic buckle-tongue, I mended my clothing.Thirty-Seven Days of Peril|Truman Everts
It is a fault in you I would were mended; and our relationship makes me thus free to speak my mind.Olla Podrida|Frederick Marryat
The road's in a dreadful state, but you must come over and stay with me as soon as the bridges are mended.The White Blackbird|Hudson Douglas
British Dictionary definitions for mended
Derived forms of mendmendable, adjectivemender, noun
Word Origin for mend
Idioms and Phrases with mended
In addition to the idioms beginning with mend
- mend one's fences
- mend one's ways
- on the mend