Similar words: lightly, slightly, tighten, highlight, light, night, right, might. Meaning: [ˈtaɪtlɪ] adv. 1. in a tight or constricted manner 2. securely fixed or fastened.
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1 The child clasped the doll tightly.
2 He caught my hand and held it tightly.
3 She held tightly on to the rail.
4 She held the money tightly in her fist.
5 A baby monkey clasps its mother's fur tightly.
6 The girl held her father's hand tightly.
7 She held him tightly to her bosom.
8 She fastened her belt tightly around her waist.
9 He leaned forward, his hands clasped tightly together.
10 She held her little bundle tightly in her arms.
11 His jaw was tightly clenched.
12 Screw the drain cover down tightly.
13 You pack in as tightly as you can.
14 Crimp the edges to seal them tightly.
15 Grace pulled her cardigan tightly about herself.
16 The lid is on tightly.
17 Her dress was tightly belted,[www.Sentencedict.com] accentuating the slimness of her waist.
18 He was clasping the vase tightly[sentencedict.com], terrified of dropping it.
19 Waiters glide between tightly packed tables bearing trays of pasta.
20 Hold the ladder tightly and move up a rung at a time.
21 She hugged him tightly.
22 She clasped her bag tightly as she walked through the crowd.
23 She closed her eyes tightly in a vain attempt to hold back the tears.
24 We were tightly squashed in at dinner, with very little elbow room.
25 In her anger she compressed her lips so tightly that they went white.
26 My child holds onto my hand tightly while we cross the street.
27 She fastened the safety harness tightly round her waist before starting the descent.
28 You can't cling to the past, because no matter how tightly you hold on, it's already gone.
29 My belt is loose; I didn't buckle it up tightly enough.
30 He gave it another screw and the lid was tightly on.
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