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knotted

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/ ˈnɒt ɪd /
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adjective
having knots; knotty.
tied in or fastened with a knot.
made or ornamented with knots.
Botany. having many nodes or nodelike swellings; gnarled.
Zoology. having one or more swellings; nodose.
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Origin of knotted

First recorded in 1125–75, knotted is from the Middle English word cnotted.See knot1, -ed2, -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM knotted

well-knotted, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for knotted

knotted
/ (ˈnɒtɪd) /

adjective
(of wood, rope, etc) having knots
get knotted! British slang used as a response to express disapproval or rejection
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