tight[ tahyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF tight
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TIGHT
His grasp did not bruise, it did not seem to be tight; but the hand that held it was immovable.
Linda suddenly gathered her friend in her arms and held her tight.
You never know what hold you really have until you get in a tight place.
Screwed the top on tight, which would make the connection, and then forgot the time.
We were both down, with our faces in the snow, and I held him tight.
An' Laura waits for me an' tells me to be sure to get 'em on tight enough,—why, bless me!
In climbed the giant,--he did not think the fit would be so tight.
I want a tight faellow like you, and you shall have a fair percentage.
Charmides snatched his father's hand and held it tight, for Creon was one of them.
"They can't, if only you'll let me hold you tight enough," I whispered.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR TIGHT
- boozed up
- drunk as a skunk
- feeling no pain
- half-seas over
- high as a kite
- in one's cups
- liquored up
- seeing double
- three sheets to the wind
- under the influence
- under the table