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Tight

Antonyms for tight:

loose, sober, vulnerable, free, open, coarse, wide, flexible, leaky, unequal, slack, easy.

Synonyms for tight:

Sense 2

stoned, arterial, inadequacy, suffocating, masterful, lit, intimate, penurious, well-groomed, inebriate, torturous, inadequate, tightfisted, insufficiency, deficit, deprivation, skillful, well-grounded, zonked, tidy, chummy, overstretched, valid, stinking, pokey, niggardly, cramped, accomplished, crowded, trig.

Sense 3

feeder, strange, jerky, stifling, uncomfortable, heavily, claustrophobic, two-way, strained, orderly, well-founded, stinging, neat, unsatisfied, one-way, tenacious, sodden, cogent.

Sense 4

friendly, miserable, solid, blind, Familiar, sticky, packed, unnatural.

Sense 5

closed, spruce, fixed.

Sense 6

poor, just.

Sense 7

thick.

Sense 13

short.

Sense 14

sharp.

Sense 15

off, high.

Sense 24

heavy.

impermeable

impervious.

impervious

resistant.

indestructible

unbreakable.

locked

fastened.

niggardly

sparing.

secured

locked.

skintight

closefitting, skintight.

tough

hard going.

unobtainable

inaccessible.

watertight

watertight, leakproof.

all (adjective)

close.

avaricious (adjective)

greedy.

cheap (adjective)

tightfisted, mingy.

close (adjective)

niggardly, penurious, neck and neck, choky.

difficult, troublesome (adjective)

near, rough, ticklish, arduous, trying, tough, sticky, tricky.

economical (adjective)

meager, thrifty, frugal.

intoxicated (adjective)

loaded, stewed, inebriated, tipsy, high, stoned, smashed, pickled, plastered, boozy.

mean (adjective)

niggard.

narrow (adjective)

lanky, slender, willowy, scrawny, skeletal, tenuous, slim, narrow, fine, thin, skinny, lean.

prepared (adjective)

done up.

sealed (adjective)

locked, watertight, airtight, Pinching, uncomfortable, blind, hermetic, fastened, short, impervious, shut.

short (adjective)

short.

skintight (adjective)

closefitting.

succinct (adjective)

concise.

tight (adjective)

firm, secure, dense, taut, rigid, snug, tense, stiff, stuck.

tipsy (adjective)

tipsy.

unbreakable (adjective)

unbreakable.

all (adverb)

fast.

Sense 8 (noun)

packed, crowded, thick, economical.

Sense 9 (noun)

just, cogent, well-founded, well-grounded, valid, solid.

Sense 10 (noun)

spare.

Sense 11 (noun)

cramped.

Sense 12 (noun)

heavy, troubling, friendly, Familiar, claustrophobic, unnatural, strange, intimate, strained, chummy.

Sense 13 (noun)

costive, niggard, penurious, cheap, close-fisted, tightfisted, niggardly, Pinching.

Sense 15 (noun)

inadequate, neck and neck, nip and tuck, miserable, insufficient.

Sense 16 (noun)

orderly, shipshape, spruce, neat, well-groomed, tidy, spick-and-span, trig.

Sense 17 (noun)

crapulent, stinking, high, potted, zonked, crapulous, blind, Boozed, stewed, looped, stinko, sodden, inebriate, bombed, lit, stoned, pickled, boozy.

close-fitting (noun)

short, Pinching, uncomfortable.

tight (noun)

compressed, fuddled, invulnerable, wet, clenched, viselike, ungenerous, slopped, hard, taut, clinched, stringent, pie-eyed, close-fitting, tight-fitting, potty, sozzled, shut, plastered, blotto, closely, sloshed, intoxicated, tiddly, mean, loaded, crocked, pixilated, soaked, mingy, rigorous, tiddley, difficult, demanding, stingy, fine, closed, snug, blind drunk, skintight, waterproof, equal, airtight, secure, rainproof, besotted, tightly fitting, constricting, stiff, fast, miserly, hermetic, sealed, tipsy, squiffy, soused, waterproofed, smashed, watertight, compact, choky, scarce, close, binding, inebriated, nasty, gas-tight.

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