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Synonyms for knot

tighten

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tie the knot

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Synonyms for knot

that which unites or binds

a number of individuals making up or considered a unit

something that is intricately and often bewilderingly complex

a part that protrudes or extends outward

an unevenness or elevation on a surface

a small raised area of skin resulting from a light blow or an insect sting, for example

to make fast or firmly fixed, as by means of a cord or rope

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a tight cluster of people or things

a hard cross-grained round piece of wood in a board where a branch emerged

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something twisted and tight and swollen

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a unit of length used in navigation

soft lump or unevenness in a yarn

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a sandpiper that breeds in the Arctic and winters in the southern hemisphere

tie or fasten into a knot

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Eventually they gave in and Appleby worked for months on his binder, the knotter of which was based on his boyhood bird bill.
A ground-driven bull wheel provides power to the gears and chains, that in turn provide power to the sickle and the canvases that bring the grain up to the knotters and needles to make a bundle.
The L300 Series Large Square Baler offers the John Deere exclusive Double Tie Knotter and Knotter Blower System that leads the industry in performance, fewer missed knots, and highest blower speed.
Tommy, 57, the former coxswain of the St Ives lifeboat in Cornwall who has come out of retirement to help test the new boat, says: "I started my career on what they called the eight knotter because of its speed.
Focusing on three local case studies, Macintyre's approach was suggestive of wider possibilities for comparative research, and in a recent article in the International Review of Social History Ad Knotter draws on an impressive range of sources in seeking to extend the treatment of what he calls 'small-place communism' both geographically and chronologically.
Ordinary minds do not think of being the only man alive able to eat a tomato through a tennis racquet or the name of Professor Yaffle Chuckabutty (sometimes Rufus Chuckabutty), operatic tenor and sausage knotter.
ADAPTATION CERT 15 117 MINS I f you thought Being John Malkovich, the previous collaboration between director Spike Jonze and writer Charlie Kaufman, was a mind knotter then this will not only fry your cerebral cortex but serve it up with salad.
We had some trouble with that baler knotter over the years," Henry says.
A new slim-design double knotter system was created for the HDP Il and is equipped with eight double knotters to provide additional holding strength for the increased bale density.
I called myself 'Professor Yaffle Chuckabutty, operatic tenor and sausage knotter
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In addition, as each bundle was tied on a conventional binder, it was discharged from the knotter by being forcibly struck by revolving discharge arms, causing still more shelling.
The single tie knotter on the QUADRANT 3300RC baler is designed to take tension off the twine as it ties the knot to avoid twine fractures and to produce perfect, high-strength knots without twine residue.
In the episode, Kenneth Parry, played by Trystan Roberts, will win the Pools and be presented with a cheque for pounds 1m from Dodd, who was once described on show bills as Professor Yaffle Chucklebutty, Operatic Tenor and Sausage Knotter.
Career: He began working in clubs in the early 1950s, developing a comedy act as Professor Yaffle Chuckabutty, the Operatic Tenor and Sausage Knotter, singing comic versions of well-known songs.