How to use Close-knit in a sentence

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  • Growing up in a close-knit family, she's always placed a high priority on marriage and motherhood.

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  • There aren't many of us, and we're all over the world, but we're really close-knit.

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  • I live very close to my family, in the US, we are close knit.

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  • Although the Parrishes were a close-knit family, Jackson and Emily shared a special bond.

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  • We have such a wonderfully close-knit group of friends who all did their bit to make this an event to remember.

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  • If you live in metropolitan areas or close-knit apartment complexes, this might be a feature for you.

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  • Together, the close-knit clan deals with the trials and tribulations that come when you stick four different personalities under the same roof.

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  • For some families, a year can feel like a lifetime... The Harrisons are a large and extremely close-knit family.

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  • It is also a wonderful way for close-knit family members to team up for an activity that is just plain fun and memorable.

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  • In the 1960s the American sociologist Stanley Milgram set out to investigate the nature of the surprisingly close-knit human world.

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  • Clydach Vale has been a traditionally close-knit community and also a politically active one.

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  • The kind of research for which my brief anthropological training had fitted me was the study of a small and relatively close-knit community.

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  • Most ab initio groups quickly become very close-knit since students see each other almost every day.

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  • Pietist form of life, encouraging an upright and close-knit family.

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  • Unfortunately, it's a process that can also force working class communities, close knit neighbors and poor squatters out of their homes.

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  • Unfortunately, it 's a process that can also force working class communities, close knit neighbors and poor squatters out of their homes.

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  • Having a best friend or a close knit social circle is an important goal for young girls entering puberty.

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  • In some cases, like with work or a close-knit group of friends, lots of people will chip in to give the happy couple one extravagant gift.

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  • The beauty of the New England architecture, combined with close-knit communities and a healthy environment, make this location top-notch.

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  • Even though candle forum members come from countries all over the world, there's a sense of a close-knit community on many discussion boards.

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  • He was raised in a close-knit Italian family, where he found his passion for acting as a young student in Texas.

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  • Highly ambitious and secretive, the close-knit clan made a splash as soon as they appeared.

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