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cinched

adjective as in in the bag

adjective as in locked

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adjective as in tied

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The gauntlet style cuff with elasticized wrist and cinch will help keep water, snow, and cold air from entering the glove.

That said, their low profile heads make it easier to clean under furniture, and some come with the option to convert them into a handheld, making cleaning car interiors and stairs a cinch.

No matter how much riding experience you have, it’s a cinch to handle.

If they do not arrive too early, highs in the mid-60s should be a cinch.

Any restaurant with a sustained fame ends up becoming a set, of sorts, and on that front, Sotto Sotto cinched it.

For example, some Kaftan-inspired dresses with flowing silhouettes were paired with belts which cinched the waistline.

A standout was a seductive black trench with a cinched waist.

After all, the Vatican experts had predicted that a short conclave meant that one of the two frontrunners had cinched the deal.

They had measurements of what her waist size was when she was cinched in and corseted.

I swung down from my horse on the brink of the creek, cinched the saddle afresh, and rolled a cigarette.

The bag went over my head quickly and was cinched so tight at the throat that I choked and threw up my freegan pizza.

Johnston and his partner cinched the hogs on in good shape, while the Dutchman hung to the mule.

They were duly cinched, and the horse turned loose to join the train.

My teeth, a-chatter with cold, kept me awake, till I cinched a handkerchief around my chin.

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On this page you'll find 137 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cinched, such as: guaranteed, settled, sure, clear-cut, clinched, and confirmed.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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