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adjective. ['ˈnɑːtɪd'] tied with a knot.
Rhymes with Knotted
Sentences with knotted
1. Verb, past participle
Try putting the knotted or metal end of the string through its tailpiece hole and see that it fits.
Tie one end of the fishing line around the knotted end of the pantyhose.
Quotes about knotted
1. In time, in time they tell me, I'll not feel so bad. I don't want time to heal me. There's a reason I'm like this.I want time to set me ugly and knotted with loss of you, marking me. I won't smooth you away.I can't say goodbye.
- China Miéville, The Scar
2. Beneath my eyes opens -- a book; I see to the bottom; the heart -- I see to the depths. I know what loves are trembling into fire; how jealousy shoots its green flashes hither and thither; how intricately love crosses love; love makes knots; love brutally tears them apart. I have been knotted; I have been torn apart.
- Virginia Woolf, The Waves
adjective. ['ˈnɑːtɪd'] used of old persons or old trees; covered with knobs or knots.