Definition Of tight
(of a rope, fabric, or surface) stretched so as to leave no slack; not loose.
the drawcord pulls tight
(of an area or space) having or allowing little room for maneuver.
a tight parking spot
later, at the club, he got tight on brandy
fixed, fastened, or closed firmly; hard to move, undo, or open.
she twisted her handkerchief into a tight knot
very firmly, closely, or tensely.
he went downstairs, holding tight to the banisters
Example Of tight
A man sat behind a large frame on which a net-like backing had been stretched tight .
A useful escape tactic to a prey is to initiate a turn before predator closure and rely on a tight turn radius for escape.
After changing and doing her hair into two tight braids, she opened her closet door.
Also tighten your shoes well and wear tight socks so that they will not come out of the shoes.
And when Dargo received the ball from Boyd's pass across the face of goal, the tight angle saw him hit the side-netting rather than the back of the net.