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knit

  

      vb   , knits, knitting, knitted, knit  
1    to make (a garment, etc.) by looping and entwining (yarn, esp. wool) by hand by means of long eyeless needles (knitting needles) or by machine (knitting machine)  
2    to join or be joined together closely  
3    to draw (the brows) together or (of the brows) to come together, as in frowning or concentrating  
4    (of a broken bone) to join together; heal  
      n  
5   
a    a fabric or garment made by knitting  
b    (in combination)  
a heavy knit     
     (Old English cnyttan to tie in; related to Middle Low German knütten to knot together; see knot1)  
  knittable      adj  
  knitter      n  


close-knit  
      adj   closely united, esp. by social ties  
double knit  
      n  
a    a knitted material made on two sets of needles that produce a double thickness joined with interlocking stitches  
b    (as modifier)  
a double-knit fabric     
hand-knit  
      adj     (also)   
  hand-knitted  
1    knitted by hand, not on a machine  
      vb   , -knits, -knitting, -knitted, -knit  
2    to knit (garments) by hand  
well-knit  
      adj   well knit when postpositive   strong, firm, or sturdy  
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knit

  
1    affix, ally, bind, connect, contract, fasten, heal, interlace, intertwine, join, link, loop, mend, secure, tie, unite, weave  
2    crease, furrow, knot, pucker, wrinkle  

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double knit, Knt, kit, Knight

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