Tight

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tight

[adj] - set so close together as to be invulnerable to penetration 2. [adj] - securely or solidly fixed in place 3. [adj] - closely constrained or constricted or constricting 4. [adj] - of such close construction as to be impermeable 5. [adj] - packed closely together 6. [adj] - (economics) affected by scarcity and expens...
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Tight

• (v. t.) To tighten. • p. p. of Tie. • (superl.) Close, so as not to admit the passage of a liquid or other fluid; not leaky; as, a tight ship; a tight cask; a tight room; -- often used in this sense as the second member of a compound; as, water-tight; air-tight. • (superl.) Not slack or loose; firmly stretched; taut; -- app......
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tight

adverb firmly or tightly; `held fast to the rope`; `her foot was stuck fast`; `held tight`
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tight

adjective packed closely together; `the stood in a tight little group`; `hair in tight curls`; `the pub was packed tight`
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Tight

Tight adjective [ Compar. Tighter ; superl. Tightest .] [ Middle English tight , thiht ; probably of Scand. origin; confer Icelandic ...ēttr , Danish tæt , Swedish tät : akin to D. & German ...
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Tight

Tight transitive verb To tighten. [ Obsolete]
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Tight

Tight obsolete past participle of Tie . Spenser.
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Tight

1. A very narrow hole or course 2. A compact and efficient swing 3. Hole location that is very clo
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Tight

A return that is difficult for the opponent to attack. Always a low ball, usually in combination with being short, having strong backspin, or both.
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Tight

A term used to describe the nature of the inside market or last sale in a stock. Generally used to describe how close the last sale was (+ or â€` 1/16). Discover What It`s Like to Live Easy With EquiTrend
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tight

A young wine that has muted aromas and flavors, and needs time to show its true potential.
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Tight

Cheap
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Tight

In line with or extremely close to the inside market or last sale in a stock (+/- 1/8). On the money.
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tight

Scottish, meaning: Descriptive of a young lady of robust moral virtue, who probably has nae tits anyway.
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tight

Someone who plays only good hands and tosses his hands when he doesn't have the goods, is said to play tight.
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Tight

Tight is similar to closed in that the wine is holding its personality and positive traits in reserve.
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Tight

Tight is slang for to be frugal or not generous.
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Tight

when the gap for a ball to pot into a pocket is very small / when a ball is close to the cushion
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