tight-knit, tightly knit(adj)
closely and firmly integrated
"a tight-knit organization"
Strongly pulled together, tightly knit.
Origin: tight + knit.
The numerical value of tight-knit in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of tight-knit in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
These folks are developers and they're looking to develop housing and make some money. the town's small, very tight knit.
Roseburg is a small, tight-knit community, it’ll take time and our patience as they grieve and recover. We call that UCC Strong. Roseburg strong.
Even expressions that are offensive, that are distasteful, and intended to sow divisions in an otherwise tight-knit, diverse community in Phoenix cannot be used as a justification to carry out an act of violence.
Even expressions that are offensive, that are distasteful, and intended to sow divisions in an otherwise tight-knit, diverse community like Phoenix, cannot be used as a justification to carry out an act of violence, and certainly can't be used as a justification to carry out an act of terrorism.
John’s a very unique kid who comes from a very tight-knit family that is very humble, very quiet and very faith-based, he makes his decisions based off that. When he made his decision it was tough on him. I talked to his parents and John Castello. I said with basketball, I thought there was a chance a Division II school would take a chance on him, but I was n’t sure.
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