Knit (verb)

  1. Make (a garment or fabric) by interlocking loops of yarn or thread with knitting needles or on a machine.
  2. Form a close relationship with others.

Origin:

Old english cnyttan, of germanic origin; related to dutch knutten and german kn├╝tten.

Examples:

  1. She knitted a warm scarf for her husband.
  2. The grandmother sat by the fire, knitting a blanket for her grandchild.
  3. The company is trying to knit together its various divisions into a unified whole.
  4. The group of friends often get together to knit and chat.
  5. She knitted her eyebrows in confusion.
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