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
Examples of tight-knit in a Sentence
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.
We are a tight-knit community here. We don't want a protest because we want justice, but if Roy Oliver is cleared, the community will stand up and rally.
You can imagine this is a very tight-knit community here in this apartment complex, we haven't had anything involving this amount of victims in a single attack in Boise in the history of Boise Police Department.
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.
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