overestimated (part of speech: verb)
sewed (part of speech: verb)
- Both Mrs. Crane and Julie declared the handkerchief to be one of Peter's own, and, moreover, that it was one of a set Carlotta had embroidered for him just before he went to Labrador. - "The Come Back", Carolyn Wells.
- The gold vanished from the embroidered curtains, the light grew dim and wretched like a misty winter day. - "The Gold Of Fairnilee", Andrew Lang.
- In it are all the necessary documents, some articles of clothing on which the mother with her own hands embroidered the well- known symbol, and a million of francs in English bank- notes. - "The Nameless Castle", Maurus JÃ³kai.