tight

All Adjective Adverb Noun
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  • They were best used in tight areas and around islands rather than the open sea.
  • Its members operated in air-tight cells of four or more men and women.
  • He won the new district in a tight three way race.
  • The sound was much tighter and far more advanced than on their previous tour.
  • The vessel was made water-tight after almost two weeks of repair work.
  • The project is put under tight security and its progress followed worldwide.
  • The third set was tight, and both players saved multiple break points.
  • Security was kept so tight there were no written records.
  • You see big man hold tight to money, afraid to die.
  • The album was recorded and produced by the band themselves on a tight budget.
  • The result was a tighter album than the first, with a more standard rock feel in general.
  • It is well known for its tight racing and has become well known in short track stock car racing.
  • It proved to be a much tighter race than the previous year.
  • And there are many tight ties between the company and all levels of government.
  • The second funeral was held under much tighter security five hours later.
  • Growing up living by Indians, he had a very tight bond with them.
  • We know that security has to be tight all the time and the president knows [this].
  • I can block, play tight end, running back, receiver -- even play the line.
  • There is no limit to how many can play at once, but more than four is a tight fit.
  • A project can also be completed within a tighter schedule if necessary.
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Meaning of tight

  • adjective Closely constrained or constricted or constricting
    tight skirts, he hated tight starched collars, fingers closed in a tight fist, a tight feeling in his chest
  • adjective Of such close construction as to be impermeable
    a tight roof, warm in our tight little house