knotted[ not-id ]SEE DEFINITION OF knotted
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He gloried in his knotted muscles and the crushing power of his desires.
Her throat was bare, and she saw the muscles of it knotted in the struggle for life.
"You are fatigued," said madame, raising her glance as she knotted the money.
His ruddy English face was knotted in a scowl and his blue eyes were dark.
And if she had not been there, why was her handkerchief found there, knotted in this peculiar way?
It was a cardboard box, tied about with a string, which was knotted in a peculiar way.
The other end of the rope he now knotted very firmly to a mullion.
He knotted the sheet behind, like an apron, and arose to greet the comers.
He clutched the reins in one hand, and with the other knotted them about his wrist.
He was a swarthy creature and round his neck was knotted a handkerchief, vivid red.