Synsets for "tight"

Synset: tight.a.01

Synonyms: tight

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: closely constrained or constricted or constricting

Examples: tight skirts | he hated tight starched collars | fingers closed in a tight fist | a tight feeling in his chest

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Antonyms: loose

    

Synset: taut.s.01

Synonyms: taut

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: pulled or drawn tight

Examples: taut sails | a tight drumhead | a tight rope

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Synset: tight.s.03

Synonyms: tight

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: set so close together as to be invulnerable to penetration

Examples: in tight formation | a tight blockade

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Synset: compressed.s.01

Synonyms: compressed

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: pressed tightly together

Examples: with lips compressed

Lemmas: compressed tight

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Synset: mean.s.06

Synonyms: mean

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: (used of persons or behavior) characterized by or indicative of lack of generosity

Examples: a mean person | he left a miserly tip

Lemmas: mean mingy miserly tight

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Synset: tight.s.06

Synonyms: tight

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: affected by scarcity and expensive to borrow

Examples: tight money | a tight market

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Synset: tight.a.07

Synonyms: tight

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: of such close construction as to be impermeable

Examples: a tight roof | warm in our tight little house

Lemmas: tight

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Antonyms: leaky

    

Synset: close.s.09

Synonyms: close

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: of textiles

Examples: a close weave | smooth percale with a very tight weave

Lemmas: close tight

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Synset: tight.s.09

Synonyms: tight

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: securely or solidly fixed in place; rigid

Examples: the bolts are tight

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Synset: close.s.06

Synonyms: close

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: (of a contest or contestants) evenly matched

Examples: a close contest | a close election | a tight game

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Synset: besotted.s.01

Synonyms: besotted

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: very drunk

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Lemmas: besotted blind_drunk blotto crocked cockeyed fuddled loaded pie-eyed pissed pixilated plastered slopped sloshed smashed soaked soused sozzled squiffy stiff tight wet

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Synset: nasty.s.02

Synonyms: nasty

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: exasperatingly difficult to handle or circumvent

Examples: a nasty problem | a good man to have on your side in a tight situation

Lemmas: nasty tight

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Synset: rigorous.s.02

Synonyms: rigorous

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: demanding strict attention to rules and procedures

Examples: rigorous discipline | tight security | stringent safety measures

Lemmas: rigorous stringent tight

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Synset: tight.s.14

Synonyms: tight

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE SATELLITE

Definition: packed closely together

Examples: they stood in a tight little group | hair in tight curls | the pub was packed tight

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Synset: fast.r.02

Synonyms: fast

Part of Speech: ADVERB

Definition: firmly or closely

Examples: held fast to the rope | her foot was stuck fast | held tight

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Synset: close.r.02

Synonyms: close

Part of Speech: ADVERB

Definition: in an attentive manner

Examples: he remained close on his guard

Lemmas: close closely tight

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Pull Tight, Alabama It is unclear why the name "Pull Tight" was applied to this community. The name may be commendatory, as local residents "pull tight" (i.e. helped one another). Pull Tight has been frequently noted on lists of unusual place names.
Tight end Because of the hybrid nature of the position, the tight end's role in any given offense depends on the tactical preferences and philosophy of the head coach. In some systems, the tight end will merely act as a sixth offensive lineman rarely going out for passes. Other systems use the tight end primarily as a receiver, frequently taking advantage of the tight end's size to create mismatches in the defensive secondary. Many coaches will often have one tight end who specializes in blocking in running situations while using a better pass catching tight end in obvious passing situations.
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Tight junction Epithelia are classed as "tight" or "leaky", depending on the ability of the tight junctions to prevent water and solute movement:
Tight hymenal ring Tight hymenal ring is a disorder of the hymen, characterized by a rigid hymen and tight introitus, whether acquired or congenital. It excludes an imperforate hymen.
Ron Hall (defensive back) "For the tight end of the same name see Ron Hall (tight end)."
Tight end Most old offenses (due to the introduction of the West Coast Offense) now use tight ends more as receivers than blockers. Traditionally tight ends were just blockers eligible to catch passes; however, now tight ends are more like bigger and slower receivers who can also block more effectively than most wide receivers. Most tight ends are generally large in size with an average height of 6'3" and a weight exceeding 240 lbs.
Carne Cruda In 2010 Carne Cruda won Oakland Magazine's "Best Oakland Theme Song" award in an article titled "Oakland's Tight, Hella Tight!"
Occludin Occludin has been shown to interact with Tight junction protein 2, YES1 and Tight junction protein 1.
Michael Matthews (American football) Matthews returned to the Giants to serve as the backup tight end behind Kevin Boss in 2008. Matthews is typically used as a blocking tight end, with Boss being the receiving tight end.
Wor Nanny's a mazer Verse 4 line 15 changed from "But Nan was that tight, she" to "She was that tight that she"
Screen pass A tight end screen where the tight end takes the place of the running back in the above description.
2008 Missouri Tigers football team On December 11, TE Chase Coffman won the prestigious John Mackey Tight End Award as the nation's top Tight End.
1973 Buffalo Bills season Paul Seymour, who would play his entire career with the Bills, became the team's starting tight end. Seymour had been an All-American tackle for Michigan after having played two season at tight end. Seymour went on to start at tight end for a total of five seasons. replacing former tight end Jan White.
Tight Spot The Academy Film Archive preserved "Tight Spot" in 1997.
Lake Tight Lake Tight, named for geologist William G. Tight, was a glacial lake in what is present-day Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia, during the Ice Age the early Pleistocene before 700 ka.
Tight oil Analysts expect that $150 billion will be spent on further developing North American tight oil fields in 2015. The large increase in tight oil production is one of the reasons behind the price drop in late 2014.