well-knit

[wel-nit]
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adjective

closely joined together or related; firmly constructed: a well-knit society; a well-knit plot; a muscular, well-knit body.

Sometimes well-knit·ted.

Origin of well-knit

late Middle English word dating back to 1400–50
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well-knit

adjective

(well knit when postpositive) strong, firm, or sturdy
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