knit[ nit ]SEE DEFINITION OF knit
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KNIT
The lawyer's brows were knit as he faced the proprietor of the store.
When I was her age I could have knit the whole side of a house in less time.
On my telling him that I had not, he knit his brows, and looked at me very sternly.
He was knit to Lyddy by every tie of gratitude and affection.
She knit her brow for a second—but she did not betray an instant's indecision.
Apparently nothing but that the dead man's bone will not knit.
His brows were knit and there was an anxious expression on his face.
The doctor entered; his brows were knit; contrary to custom, he did not offer me his hand.
During the day, Wetamoo compelled her slave to knit some stockings for her.
For another she knit a pair of stockings, for which she received a quart of peas.