1. closely and firmly integrated
    a tight-knit organization
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How To Use tight-knit In A Sentence

  • The pilots and loadmasters are a tight-knit group.
  • Her extended family is fairly large and tight-knit and very-outwar ... ProLifeBlogs
  • I started off with five other colleagues I knew quite well - ballooning is a small tight-knit community.
  • I found myself part of a tight-knit group, doing a hard job with skill and mutual loyalty, led by one of the most remarkable men I have ever known, who never wavered from the path of humor and decency. Robert M. Solow - Autobiography
  • But they don't live alone, they cluster together in tight-knit communities and range out along the verges and in warm spots under hedges and at the edge of copses and thickets.
  • We were a tight-knit group of three once the boat had set sail, and we were in a large dining area.
  • Nowhere was this sense of purpose more evident than in the US heartlands, with their hundreds of tight-knit communities, like Holcomb, scattered along railway lines across the Great Plains.
  • Another neighbour said the murders had sent a wave of emotion through the tight-knit community.
  • IN any tight-knit group nicknames are used - and are rarely complimentary. The Sun
  • On the first anniversary of Debbie's death, the tight-knit family came up to York together to lay flowers at the site of the accident.
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