"Stand to it, my hearts of gold," said the old bowman as he passed from knot to knot.
Wherever there was a knot of midnight roisterers, they quaffed her health.
She tied a knot with flashing eyes, as if it throttled a foe.
All the time that she was speaking she was working at a knot in the corner of her handkerchief.
There is one question that cuts the knot—that decides where you stand—and where I stand.
You have just seen me untie the knot, dissociate the electrons, or what you will.
You have tied a lover's-knot here which must be cut asunder.
Her thick black hair was twisted into a knot about her head.
She wore a white gown, and her hair was loosely gathered in a knot.
He was irritated to find that he could not unfasten the knot in which he had tied his reins.