OTHER WORDS FOR knit
Origin of knit
OTHER WORDS FROM knitknit·ta·ble, adjectiveknit·ter, nounpre·knit, verb (used with object), pre·knit·ted or pre·knit, pre·knit·ting.re·knit, verb, re·knit·ted or re·knit, re·knit·ting.
How to use knit in a sentence
Knitters, scientists and manufacturers could all benefit from a dictionary of knits, she says.How one physicist is unraveling the mathematics of knitting|Lakshmi Chandrasekaran|January 26, 2021|Science News
Avoid faux and real furs, as well as chunky knits and other sweat-inducing fabrics.
The knit design is naturally stretchy and the cuff can be folded up if the weather gets a little warmer.
Available in one size that’s appropriate for most women and teenage girls, this knit band also comes in a wide selection of colors.Earmuffs and knit bands that will absolutely keep your heads warm|PopSci Commerce Team|January 8, 2021|Popular-Science
She lives in Silicon Valley, is a mother of three and knits in her spare time.How to visit Santa using the magic of Zoom, streaming video or even AI|Connie Chang|December 18, 2020|Washington Post
And she stepped up by means of the projecting stones of the wall, and threw herself down beside the quiet knitter.The Billow and the Rock|Harriet Martineau
She had repelled, though without rudeness or discourtesy, the garrulous efforts of the motherly knitter to be sociable.The Deserter|Charles King
Her voice dropped into the smooth half-conscious tone of the expert knitter; the words came gently one after another.The Voyage Out|Virginia Woolf
My mother was a heald knitter, and there was always plenty of band throwing about.Adventures and Recollections|Bill o'th' Hoylus End
The captain came near the tent once, but retreated at the vision of the knitter.That Girl Montana|Marah Ellis Ryan
British Dictionary definitions for knit
- a fabric or garment made by knitting
- (in combination)a heavy knit