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band2 to tie with a strip of material in order to tell apart or bundle together; put a band on. [1/4 definitions]
bind to tie together or fasten tightly with a rope or cord. [1/4 definitions]
bow2 a knot that is easy to loosen. Bows have two or more loops and are used to tie shoes and wrap gifts. [1/4 definitions]
draw a game or contest that ends with both sides having the same score; tie. [1/8 definitions]
halter1 a rope or strap that is set on the head or neck of a horse, ox, or other animal to tie or guide it. [1/2 definitions]
hawser a thick rope or cable used for towing or mooring a ship.
imperative sentence a sentence that tells someone to do something or makes a request. An example of an imperative sentence is "Tie your shoes."
knot1 to form into a knot, or to tie knots in. [1/6 definitions]
lace to tie together with a string passed through holes in two edges. [1/3 definitions]
lash2 to tie down with a rope, cord, or chain.
leash to control, hold back, or tie with a leash. [1/2 definitions]
playoff in sports, final or extra games or rounds to settle a tie or decide a championship.
ribbon a narrow strip or band of colorful material used to hold the hair or to tie up presents. [1/3 definitions]
rope a strong cord of twisted or woven fiber, wire, or similar material. Ropes can be used to tie, pull, or lift. [2/5 definitions]
secure to tie up. [1/10 definitions]
spike1 a long, thick nail used to fasten or tie heavy logs or railroad tracks. [1/4 definitions]
stake1 to tie to or lean against a stake in order to give support. [2/4 definitions]
tether to tie up or chain with a tether. [1/2 definitions]
thong a narrow strip of leather or similar material that is used to tie or fasten. [1/2 definitions]
tuxedo a complete suit of evening clothes for men that are worn on very formal occasions. A tuxedo consists of a black jacket with tails at the back, black trousers with a side stripe, and a special white shirt. It is worn with a bow tie.
tying the present participle of tie.