English words and Examples of Usage

use "knit" in a sentence

I think it's good to see the close knit neighborhood that we are.

We're still really tight-knit though we're all dispersed, he said.

I just want to knit and give back to the people,"" she said."

Daniel is an essential element of our closely knit team, Kiser said.

The news of Turner’s death has hit the close-knit paramedic community hard.

We're a pretty tight-knit community, and hopefully we'll pull through this."

Wolfsburg struggled to knit its passing together throughout a frenetic opening.

We are a close-knit family, and your response this week has made that even clearer.

We are a strong, tight-knit family who has made it through some very, very hard times.

The women's undies are made from a blend of black jersey knit, organic cotton and spandex.

She was a mother of seven children and part of a large, tight-knit Inuvialuit family.

Nearby is the Ramona Country Yarn Store that attracts folks who crochet and knit unique gifts.

Samantha Guff Editorial Fellow, The Huffington Post Not a fan of that sweater grandma knit you?

Liberal Democrat MP Don Foster said the accident had struck the close-knit suburb of Bath hard.

They were vibrant features on slim Jacquard suits, or cut up into strips in loose knit sweaters.

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