Tight - definition, pronunciation, transcription
a tight rope
a tight blockade
- (used of persons or behavior) characterized by or indicative of lack of generosity (syn: mean, mingy, miserly)
- affected by scarcity and expensive to borrow
a tight market
- exasperatingly difficult to handle or circumvent (syn: nasty)
hair in tight curls
the pub was packed tight
The lid is too tight. I can't loosen it.
She made a tight knot in the rope.
Keep a tight grip on his hand when you cross the street.
Pull the ribbon tight and make a bow.
Is the door shut tight?
She screwed the cap on tight.
Don't close the lid so tight.
We were packed as tight as sardines on the bus.
It will take a tighter workman than I am for this task.
You may fix this detail without any trouble, and be sure that it is tight.
Every boy needs a good tight hand over him.
I was very tight with him for a long time.
She always dressed very tight.
The door was shut tight.
My shoes were so tight that I could hardly walk.
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