Definition for DARN

DARN, v.t. [W. darn; Arm. darn; Fr. darne; a piece or patch.]

To mend a rent or hole, by imitating the texture of the cloth or stuff with yarn or thread and a needle; to sew together with yarn or thread. It is used particularly of stockings. – Gay. Swift.

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