compact[ adjective kuhm-pakt, kom-, kom-pakt; verb kuhm-pakt; noun kom-pakt ]SEE DEFINITION OF compact
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COMPACT
A compact little group of men rounded the bend and approached.
The officers and other white men stood about in a compact and silent group.
The hour that sealed the compact between us was one of regret and alarm.
With the Christian monarch, there is no hope of peace or compact.
This writing, mighty Ferdinand, contains the articles of our compact.
The young men were standing in compact groups near the windows.
What if she were disobeying the Compact—death to the Wicked Compact!
Was painting Amelia's portrait a breach, too, of the Compact?
The "Compact" swung and tilted with the jolt of her energetic movements.
In spite of the wicked old Compact, they would keep together.