1. strongly and firmly constructed
    a well-knit argument
    well-knit athletes
    a well-knit theatrical production
    a sailor short but well-set
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How To Use well-knit In A Sentence

  • Furthermore, said this grudger, that though the said youth was a tall lad of his inches, and strong and well-knit, he was all untried, and yet was he shoving aside older and well-proven men in the favour of the Knight of Longshaw. The Sundering Flood
  • well-knit athletes
  • Our reviewer found it a 'rather odd book' with 'studied neglect of a well-knit plot'. The Times Literary Supplement
  • a well-knit argument
  • This conference was convened to develop a well-knit organization that would be able to coordinate and expand WPA services across Europe. Pursuit of an 'Unparalleled Opportunity': The American YMCA and Prisoner of War Diplomacy among the Central Power Nations during World War I
  • His well-knit body was, except for matching shoes and the ubiquitous silken sporran, otherwise uncovered. Arcana Magi - c.1: Oryn Zentharis, Seeker of the Truth
  • He was at the wheel, a small, well-knit, muscular man of say forty-five, with black hair graying on the temples, a big eagle-face, swarthy, with keen, intelligent black eyes. CHAPTER XIII
  • 'I wouldn't have given it him, but it is _rude_ -- it is _bad manners_, not even to ask!' the supposed victress was saying to herself, with quivering lips, her eyes following not the Trinity freshman, who was their latest captive, but an older man's well-knit figure, and Robert Elsmere
  • He looked to people he had known for a long time, friends who would work with him and with each otherwho together would constitute a well-knit team. In the Shadow of the Oval Office
  • a well-knit theatrical production
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