'Wait a bit, I'll arrange a flag as well,' he added, picking up the kerchief which he had thrown down in the sledge after taking it from round his collar, and drawing off his gloves and standing up on the front of the sledge and stretching himself to reach the strap, he tied the handkerchief to it with a tight knot
I had the time to see her dull face, red, not with a mantling blush, but as if her flat cheeks had been vigorously slapped, and to take in the squat figure, the scanty, dusty brown hair drawn into a tight knot
at the back of the head.
The noise went away up the lane with the men, who staggered together in a tight knot
, remonstrating with one another foolishly.
Somewhere in his mind, a tight knot
seemed to have loosened.
But his mouth was full of soot and cob- webs, and he was tied up in such very tight knots
, he could not make anybody hear him.
'Yes, I am,' rejoined Miss Squeers, tying tight knots
in her pocket- handkerchief and clenching her teeth.
The worries I had quietened, the tight knot
in my chest loosened.
Young sends her proxy, Shona, home to the north-eastern village where she grew up to untangle tight knot
her family has wound around the death of her father.
Twist and make a tight knot
. Continue until all of the mixture is used up.
(Be very careful to tie it tightly over the lid as you don't want it to fall off and catch fire.) I do this by tying opposite corners in a tight knot
around the handle then repeating with the other two.
In contrast, Tom, Karin, and Livia are a tight knot
in the center of it all.
Although my panic attacks initially grew with the treatment (I was also placed on a mood-stabilising antipsychotic drug), within days, the permanently tight knot
in my stomach began to loosen.