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[tahyt-nit] /ˈtaɪtˈnɪt/
well-organized and integrated. Unabridged
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  • However, there are already many examples where such traits change rapidly in tight-knit communities.
  • The bank is mainly run by a tight-knit group of veterans from the original takeover.
  • Occidental is a tight-knit community with a solid family base.
  • Because of the tight-knit structure of many groups, outsiders may not know about the affinity scam.
  • The crew is generally a tight-knit group and an atmosphere of honesty and free expression prevails.
  • Neighbors are helping neighbors, with the flood pulling tight-knit communities even closer.
  • These families not only build their own homes, participants create tight-knit communities as they complete their homes together.
  • Once they arrive, the ringleaders organize these people into a tight-knit and efficient group of street dealers.
  • To shine a light on stable families and tight-knit communities.
  • His potential was recognized and he received encouragement from his teachers and members of the tight-knit community.

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