Clothes and other articles that must be repaired: We let the mending accumulate until Wednesday. (noun)
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Use "mending" in a sentence
""That's what I call mending matters!" said Denoisel."
"Only an immediate dissolution and a fresh Parliament can have the requsite authority to begin mending that which they have broken."
"In a slow-growth, high-unemployment economy still mending from a financial crisis, there are only so many trillion-dollar markets the politicians can destroy without sending America back into recession."