Thesaurus / tight


Just make sure the cap is on tight so it doesn’t leak, and that the bottle is not hot enough to burn you.
It may have been a lucky tip that led Freeman to the arrest, but it was his ability to connect with the tight-knit community—and his passion for investigating the heists—that put him in a position to receive it.
Brady threw three touchdowns passes, two to tight end Rob Gronkowski and one to wideout Antonio Brown.
Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes finally got in sync with star tight end Travis Kelce, who had just one catch before the drive but then had four for 41 en route to the field goal.
The Kansas City defense had a goal-line stand in the second quarter to keep the game temporarily tight.
If we evaluate this season the same way, teams are earning an average of 93 points per 82 games with two-thirds of the league falling within just three standing points of that average, indicating a much tighter race from top to bottom.
Money was expected to be tight in state funds, so he ordered almost everyone in his administration to cut 5% from their budgets.
Travis Kelce, he’s the best tight end in the game if you ask me.
I’ll predict that Kelce, who has become the best tight end in the NFL, will catch seven passes for 82 yards.
The Washington Wizards again found themselves locked in a tight fourth-quarter battle Wednesday night in Miami.


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