a fastening formed by tying together the ends of a piece or pieces of string, rope, wire, etc.
a small group of people close together
a hard mass in wood where a branch has come off a tree
a measure of the speed of a ship, about 1853 meters per hour
make a knot or join together with a knot
"a small knot of women listened to his sermon"
"the bird had a knot of feathers forming a crest"
"the saw buckled when it hit a knot"
"their muscles stood out in knots"
"the old man's fists were two great gnarls"
"his stomach was in knots"
"She knotted her fingers"
"knot the shoelaces"
"a ravelled story"
One knot in a thread will stay the Needle's Passage as well as five hundred.
出自： R. Bolton
Can you tie knots what can't come untied?
出自： R. Crompton
Gleaming black hair, gathered in a heavy knot at the back.
出自： J. L. Waten
The knot of his tie is inches down.
出自： J. Heller
His..head adorned by a white handkerchief, tied in a knot at each corner.
出自： F. Donaldson
I tied it in a firm knot.
出自： J. Crace
She would..comb out the knots for me. Where did you get this pretty hair?ssgranny knotss, sslove-knotss, ssMatthew Walker knotss, ssreef-knotss, ssslip-knotss, etc.
出自： K. Gibbons
Perplexity knotted the Virginian's brows.
出自： O. Wister
He knotted two ropes together.