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The scrimmages were the tightest and neatest ever watched, and neither scrum could screw the other a foot.
SINISTER STREET, VOL. 1COMPTON MACKENZIE
In the general relaxation Dolly Beatty slipped off her tightest shoe, one bunion and four corns clamoring loudly for room.
GREEN VALLEYKATHARINE REYNOLDS
He could do nothing with his pain, but in its tightest embraces, and crying, he lay with his large red handkerchief over his eyes.
But as bond after bond has burst, this last, strongest and tightest one of plurality of wives is beginning to snap asunder.
It generally added to the comfort if a few of the tightest buttons on some of the inner garments were unloosed.
Mr. Hurd was in evening dress, with the neatest of patent boots and the tightest of white gloves.
THE OPAL SERPENTFERGUS HUME
The truth is, I'm in the tightest place of my life, and to keep what I own would cost me more than I've got.
We'd been in many tight corners together—perhaps the tightest was when they tried to execute us in Mexico.
The yemshick tied his horses' tails in the tightest of knots to prevent their filling with snow and water.
Ned knew that he was in the tightest hole his love for detective work had ever fitted him into.

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