Definition of lock-stitched in US English:

lock-stitched

adjective

  • That has been lockstitched; sewn using lock stitch.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in Adeline Whitney (1824–1906), poet and story-writer. Partly from lock stitch + -ed.

Pronunciation

lock-stitched

/ˈlɒkstɪtʃt/