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Born in the Hessian village of Rhina in 1916, Friedel was the youngest of 16 close-knit siblings and first cousins.

Mads Mikkelsen stars as Lucas, a man living in a close-knit Danish village who has fallen on hard times after his divorce.

Haines was also well respected in the close-knit waterfront neighborhood of Fells Point, according to former neighbors.

Because of the type of crime we are dealing with, this has to be a close-knit community.

The premise of Happy Endings, which airs Tuesday nights on ABC, is simple: six close-knit friends hang out a lot.

In the distance, and encircling the expanse of prairie, stood a solid wall of forest and close-knit jungle.

Very patiently and skillfully his shaking hands weave close-knit little baskets.

It was full of mail, and with the close-knit ring shirts were helms, and some few short, heavy swords.

He knew, too, that America had reared the empire of business on close knit and efficient organisation.

They seemed ill enough matched; Blunt was fully half a head taller than Myles, and was thick-set and close-knit in young manhood.


On this page you'll find 138 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to close-knit, such as: dear, devoted, familiar, related, attached, and loving.

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