One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘he was panting and had a stitch’
sharp pain, stabbing pain, shooting pain, stab of pain, pang, twinge, spasm
1‘the seam on her skirt needs stitching’
sew, baste, tack, seam, hem
sew up, repair, mend, darn
‘I've been stitched up by the Richardson gang’
falsely incriminate, get someone into trouble
frame, set up
fit someone up, drop someone in it
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