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knit vb.: to tie in or with a knot John IV. i. 42 “I my handkercher about your brows” ; usu. transf. or fig. to bind, pin, or unite firmly or closely MND. I. i. 172 “that which knitteth souls” ; also knit up (in various senses) Tp. III. iii. 89 “all up In their distractions,” MND. V. i. 194 “Thy stones with lime and hair up,” Rom. IV. ii. 25 “I'll have this knot up.”
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