Pronunciation of Knit
/nˈɪt/, /nˈɪt/, /n_ˈɪ_t/

Synonyms for knit

bound (adjective)

bound, chained, clinched, closed, connected, coupled, fastened, fused, glued, knotted, laced, linked, pasted, stitched, strung, threaded, tied, Bracketed, Buckled, Cemented, Hinged, Welded, Stayed, Strapped, Sutured, zipped.

Sense 1 (noun)

cable, collaborate, cooperate, loop, mobilize, net, partner, pull together, share, spin, web, get in with, join in.

Sense 2 (noun)

affiliate, fight off, intermingle, join, nurse, respond, revive, shake, strengthen, survive, pull through.

Sense 3 (noun)

cast on, heal, improve, knitting needle, mend, needle, recover, repair, rib, ribbing, unite, cast off, cable stitch.

knit (noun)

cockle, crumple, entwine, knit stitch, knitted fabric, knitting, knitwork, plain, plain stitch, pucker, rumple.

fasten (verb)

bracket, braid, buckle, cement, chain, clinch, connect, couple, fasten, fuse, glue, hinge, hitch, knot, lace, lash, link, paste, plait, splice, stay, stitch, strap, string, suture, tether, tie, weave, weld, zip, baste, bind, sew, tack.

intertwine (verb)

affiliate, affix, ally, bind, cable, connect, contract, crochet, fasten, heal, interlace, intermingle, join, link, loop, mend, net, purl, repair, secure, sew, spin, tie, unite, weave, web.

sew (verb)

backstitch, baste, bind, buttonhole, chain stitch, crochet, cross-stitch, embroider, purl, quilt, seam, sew, tack.

Sense 1

band together, cast on, collaborate, collude, knitting needle, ribbing, unite, cable stitch, get in with, join with.

Sense 2

cooperate, heal, pitch in, pull together, join up.

Sense 3

league, mend, wool, cast off.

Sense 4

mobilize, partner.

Sense 5


Sense 6


Sense 7

join, needle.


entwine, interweave.

Usage examples for knit

  1. The ambassador looked very grave, and his thoughtful brows knit themselves together, while he never took his eyes from Paul's face. – Paul Patoff by F. Marion Crawford
  2. We have no maid; so I attend to cooking, sweeping, Knit, sew, do every thing, in fact; And mother, in all branches of housekeeping, Is so exact! – Faust by Goethe
  3. The commander knit his brows in perplexity. – For the Liberty of Texas by Edward Stratemeyer
  4. Mr. Tabor knit his white brows. – The Professor's Mystery by Wells Hastings Brian Hooker
  5. The grave elder man, commander of the brigade, glanced quickly at his watch, with knit brows. – The Great War in England in 1897 by William Le Queux

Idioms for knit

  1. knit your brows;
  2. knit one's brow;
  3. knit together;
  4. knit sth together;

Rhymes for knit