an artificial conduit, usually underground, for carrying off waste water and refuse, as in a town or city.
verb (used with object)
to provide or equip with sewers:
a tax increase necessary to sewer the neighborhood.
a drain or pipe, esp one that is underground, used to carry away surface water or sewage
(transitive) to provide with sewers
a person or thing that sews
(in medieval England) a servant of high rank in charge of the serving of meals and the seating of guests
noun 1. a ribbed wooden ball for scraping the walls of a sewer through which it floats.
noun 1. (in Wales and Ireland) another name for sea trout (sense 1)
noun 1. the act or work of one who sews. 2. something sewn or to be sewn. verb (used with object), sewed, sewn or sewed, sewing. 1. to join or attach by stitches. 2. to make, repair, etc., (a garment) by such means. 3. to enclose or secure with stitches: to sew flour in a […]