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To make (a fabric or apparel) by intertwining yarn or thread in a number of connected loops either by hand, with knitting needles, or on a device.
To form (yarn or thread) into textile by intertwining.
to become listed on closely; unite securely.
to-draw (the brows) collectively in lines and wrinkles; furrow.
to create into a knot, or into knots; to link collectively, as cord; to fasten by attaching.
to make, as a textile material, by the interlacing of yarn or bond in a few attached loops, in the shape of needles, either by hand or by machinery.
to participate; to cause to cultivate collectively.
To unite closely; to connect; to activate.
to-draw together; to contract into lines and wrinkles.
to produce a fabric or garment by knitting.
To become firmly accompanied or mended collectively closely, as a fractured bone.
in the future together in wrinkles or furrows, because the brows.
to make a fabric by interlacing yarn or bond; to weave through knots or loops.
is united closely; to grow together.
A fabric or garment made by knitting.
The way in which a fabric happens to be knit: a loose knit.
Union knitting; surface.
Union by knitting; knitted surface.
Style or stitch of knitting; character for the work produced by knitting.
In mining, a small particle of lead ore: commonly in the plural. Also nit, nitting.
needlework created by interlacing yarn in a few connected loops making use of right eyeless needles or by device
a fabric produced by knitting
a basic knitting stitch
and (intransitive) to show bond or yarn into an item of fabric by developing loops being taken through both. This is done-by hand with needles or by device.
(transitive) to participate closely and securely collectively.
In order to become closely and firmly joined; come to be compact(ed).
to cultivate collectively.
to mix from different elements.
To cure (of bones) following a fracture.
wrap or link together
make (textiles) by knitting
to gather something into little lines and wrinkles or folds
To connect together; tie with a knot; fasten by attaching; join by simply making into or as into a knot or knots.
thus to become listed on the parts or components of; built; element.
To weave by looping or knotting a continuing bond; form by working up yarn or bond with knitting-needles (see knitting-needle) into a fabric held together by a number of knots or interloopings: because, to knit stockings.
to make just as if by knotting or weaving; assembled; join closely; bring into personal union.
To contract into folds or wrinkles: in the term to knit the eyebrow or brows.
to produce a textile fabric by interlooping yarn or bond through needles, etc.; make knitted work.
To unite closely; grow together: as, broken bones will eventually knit and become sound.