- well-knotted, adjective
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How to use knotted in a sentence
Often, this spiky emotion causes a racing heart, headache and knotted stomach.Anxiety Feels Terrible, But it Has an Upside. Here's How to Make it Work in Your Favor | Juli Fraga | October 28, 2021 | Time
I felt equally frustrated as I watched a shot of me fumbling with a knotted rope shown right before Alex sprains his ankle falling on a run-out slab—the underlying implication being that my ineptitude was to blame.
He felt my love in the squeeze of his hand, or the way I checked that his shoelaces were double-knotted before our daily walk.Pandemic baking for my son helped me realize it’s not about the cinnamon rolls | Brenda Janowitz | April 9, 2021 | Washington Post
Percussion massagerThe oscillating head on the motorized Hyperice Hypervolt rapidly pounds your muscles, increasing blood flow and relaxing knotted tissue.4 mobility tools to help soothe and stretch your sore muscles | Stan Horaczek | February 5, 2021 | Popular-Science
Inflicting intense pain on a knotted muscle won’t make it relax or stretch any faster, so keep the pressure at a level that doesn’t make you wince.
Some came wrapped in what looked like puffed up fabric worms, with hair just as knotted and twisted.Comme Des Garçons, Kenzo, and More Japanese Designers at Paris Fashion Week | Liza Foreman | March 4, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
The resemblance between the two garments is uncanny, with both coats featuring knotted sleeves in the front.Kate Moss Designs Sushi; Céline Riffs on Geoffrey Beene | The Fashion Beast Team | March 20, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
He looks trim in a crisp white shirt and tightly knotted tie after one of his regular afternoon workouts.Matt Lauer’s Bruising Year After Ann Curry’s Ouster Devastated the ‘Today’ Show | Howard Kurtz | March 11, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Jeff Koons takes knotted balloon dogs and enlarges them in stainless steel.
But after lunch she returned, as if to prepare herself for what was about to happen, with her hair knotted up into tight bun.
A wisp of wheat was knotted round her neck for a necklace, and a perfect sheaf of it in her hair.Music-Study in Germany | Amy Fay
Across his shoulder he carried a bundle knotted into an old red handkerchief with a polka spot.A Lost Hero | Elizabeth Stuart Phelps Ward and Herbert D. Ward
Sam knotted the sheets together in sailor-like fashion, while his friend made a secure bundle of old Liz with the blanket.The Garret and the Garden | R.M. Ballantyne
He felt no soft pine needles under his moccasined feet, only the knotted roots of trees.Stories the Iroquois Tell Their Children | Mabel Powers
Seconds later the knotted drape she had used before swayed down into sight, I grasped it to steady it.Valley of the Croen | Lee Tarbell
British Dictionary definitions for knotted
(of wood, rope, etc) having knots
get knotted! British slang used as a response to express disapproval or rejection
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