- well-organized and integrated.
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Examples from the Web for tight-knit
This development has not been embraced by everyone in her tight-knit Orthodox community.Challenging Religious Tradition for the Love of God — and the Love of Dance
June 16, 2014
Broadly speaking, Mormons are tight-knit, and accepted minority group in the United Kingdom and Europe.Britain Puts Mormonism on Trial
February 8, 2014
For Vinterberg, it seems, tight-knit families are his preferred milieu.Denmark Has a Riveting New Drama Starring Mads Mikkelsen
July 14, 2013
Charleston, the town where Gandee lived, is a small, tight-knit community.Who Was Shain Gandee, the MTV ‘Buckwild’ Star Found Dead?
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As in many mill towns in New England, the French-Canadians in Lowell stuck together in a tight-knit ethnic enclave.You Don’t Know Jack: Kerouac Biographer Joyce Johnson and ‘The Voice Is All’
Lauren Du Graf
September 16, 2012
His well-built, tight-knit figure gave one the impression that he was even stronger than he looked.A Maid of the Silver Sea