Pronunciation of Tight
/tˈa͡ɪt/, /tˈaɪt/, /t_ˈaɪ_t/
Antonyms for tight:
Synonyms for tight:
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.
difficult, troublesome (adjective)
Sense 8 (noun)
Sense 9 (noun)
Sense 10 (noun)
Sense 11 (noun)
Sense 12 (noun)
Sense 13 (noun)
Sense 15 (noun)
Sense 16 (noun)
Sense 17 (noun)
short, Pinching, uncomfortable.
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.
Usage examples for tight:
- He had one of his dreams that night, and cried in his sleep for a long time, and Wendy held him tight. - "Peter and Wendy", James Matthew Barrie.
- The ship remained tight, and that was our chief comfort. - "Hurricane Hurry", W.H.G. Kingston.
- But it stuck very tight, from having been painted and shut before the paint was dry, and never opened again. - "Oswald Bastable and Others", Edith Nesbit.