Knot Meaning

Knot is a noun, The meaning of knot in English dictionary is bow, loop 

Knot synonyms

snag, vinculum, ligament, bunch, kink, perplexity, twirl, spiral, bond, link, warp, hitch, helix, gnarl, coil, tie, ligature, nexus, yoke, entanglement, whorl, screw, tangle, rosette, connection, snarl, joint, mat, contortion, splice, braid, whirl, twist

Knot antonyms

simplicity, advantage, line, opening

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Knot related words

bunch
noun. collection of something

crowd, group, hunk, swarm, mass, pile, crew, team, host, bevy, bouquet, clump, gang, gathering, band, passel, multitude, number, assemblage, mess, shebang, shock, mob, galaxy, caboodle, quantity, pack, thicket, bundle, cluster, shooting match, flock, oodles, lot, knot, sheaf, batch, chunk, fascicle, blob, spray, assortment, troop, party, parcel, covey, agglomeration, heap, tuft, stack

clump
noun. mass of something

shock, cluster, nugget, knot, clutter, wad, group, parcel, set, array, hodgepodge, bundle, batch, lump, blob, body, bunch, chunk, jumble, hunk, gob, lot

cluster
noun. group of something

collection, blob, array, clutch, knot, chunk, batch, crew, covey, body, band, set, bundle, hunk, pack, gathering, assemblage, party, clump, bevy, lot, bunch

defect
noun. blemish, imperfection

weak point, marring, scarcity, gremlin, flaw, rift, lack, birthmark, second, fault, stain, spot, vice, blotch, glitch, discoloration, patch, shortcoming, failing, crack, kink, irregularity, foible, hole, deformity, error, shortage, bug, blot, gap, break, catch, scar, rough spot, deficiency, infirmity, want, weakness, taint, mistake, mark, check, speck, knot, unsoundness, frailty, seam, injury, drawback, sin, scratch

deformity
noun. disfigurement, distortion

unsightliness, abnormality, malconformation, damage, evil, misshapenness, warp, \aberration, grossness, ugliness, corruption, repulsiveness, depravity, malformation, unnaturalness, impairment, asymmetry, contortion, irregularity, defect, knot, buckle, defacement, injury, hideousness, unattractiveness, misshape, misproportion, crookedness

difficulties
noun. problem; situation requiring great effort

muddle, hindrance, distress, tribulation, laboriousness, deep water, strenuousness, barricade, pain, strain, exigency, frustration, quagmire, strait, crux, snag, hitch, painfulness, pickle, dilemma, stew, paradox, labor, complication, emergency, stumbling block, check, deadlock, hazard, adversity, struggle, crisis, obstruction, misfortune, mess, scrape, hot water, perplexity, impasse, obstacle, hardship, quandary, predicament, fix, arduousness, knot, dead end, awkwardness, trouble

distort
verb. deform; falsify

deviate, con, phony up, whitewash, put one on, wind, doctor, snow, knot, color, decline, garble, misshape, alter, pervert, buckle, change, bend, angle, belie, contort, fudge, deteriorate, slump, sag, fake, crush, curve, deceive, collapse, trump up, scam, bias, mangle, twist, warp, gnarl, disfigure, wrench, torture, misinterpret, slant, misrepresent, writhe, lie, misconstrue, melt, make out like

enigma
noun. mystery

puzzler, cryptogram, question, perplexity, sticker, grabber, puzzle, sixty-four dollar question, problem, question mark, conundrum, riddle, secret, mind-twister, bewilderment, Gordian knot, why, cliffhanger, crux, knot, stickler, parable, teaser, tough nut to crack, mind-boggler, mystification, twister, puzzlement, stumper, sphinx

entangle
verb. involve, mix up

hook, fetter, perplex, interweave, entrap, enchain, intertwine, snare, embrangle, ravel, bewilder, snag, unsettle, enmesh, dishevel, ensnare, burden, snarl, set up, complicate, intertangle, impede, tangle, trammel, twist, embarrass, compromise, implicate, come on, duke in, trap, knot, lead on, rope in, confuse, jumble, corner, catch, mat, clog, swindle, puzzle, muddle, hamper, embroil

factions
noun. group sharing a belief or cause

crowd, unit, sector, side, band, junta, camp, sect, division, conclave, lobby, concern, circle, coterie, combine, coalition, combo, wing, minority, party, insiders, entente, gang, crew, splinter group, machine, outfit, conspiracy, mob, design, club, caucus, pressure group, section, bunch, cabal, knot, clique, combination, schism, partnership, confederacy, network, bloc, guild, contingent, intrigue, clan, team, ring, offshoot, set, cell

fasten
verb. make secure; join together

solder, hitch, infix, wedge, girth, bar, jam, hook up, hold, chain, rivet, lock, freeze to, embed, hook, glue, adhere, fix, leash, implant, rope, tag, belt, lodge, close, affix, link, string, cohere, connect, couple, batten, moor, button, bond, brace, tack on, tie, weld, bolt, set, make firm, cleave, lace, seal, stay put, screw, band, tighten, hitch on, stick, strengthen, bind, anchor, catch, mortise, unite, attach, knot, establish, truss, grip, nail, cement, settle

gang
noun. group, mob of people

workers, squad, lot, clique, knot, cluster, horde, outfit, herd, tribe, combo, set, clan, shift, crowd, organization, crew, pack, band, bunch, company, circle, club, zoo, posse, troop, troupe, party, team, syndicate, assemblage, ring, coterie

gathering
noun. assemblage, accumulation

mass, turnout, union, stockpile, convocation, affair, company, roundup, aggregation, party, association, meeting, pile, drove, aggregate, throng, rally, concentration, muster, bunch, society, huddle, group, gain, band, concourse, horde, congress, crowd, herd, get-together, parley, levy, powwow, acquisition, flock, convention, swarm, function, knot, clambake, junction, congregation, stock, crush, social function, meet, conference, heap, body, conclave, collection, caucus

gob
noun. lump

much, bunch, bulk, morsel, bulge, ball, hunch, clod, crumb, dab, knurl, mountain, part, lot, group, agglomeration, chunk, nugget, cake, peck, protuberan, hunk, pile, bump, cluster, protrusion, knot, handful, piece, chip, portion, growth, clump, bit, block

link
noun. component, connection

coupler, interface, member, joint, ligation, contact, bond, ligature, knot, part, piece, joining, coupling, yoke, interconnection, hitch, loop, intersection, ring, in, seam, vinculum, connective, hookup, network, constituent, ligament, weld, section, element, articulation, relationship, copula, splice, tie, nexus, attachment, tie-up, channel, junction, association, fastening, division

mass
noun. body of matter; considerable portion

mound, batch, preponderance, sum, conglomeration, lot, whole, peck, concretion, stockpile, mob, plurality, piece, throng, band, majority, much, crowd, block, bulk, troop, coagulation, heap, chunk, pile, totality, stack, aggregate, host, core, horde, great deal, sum total, entirety, hunk, mountain, staple, wad, volume, bunch, lump, gob, combination, group, assemblage, clot, corpus, accumulation, pyramid, load, greater part, shock, number, object, lion’s share, knot, collection, quantity

weave
verb. blend, unite; contrive

interlace, mesh, twine, make up, wind, plait, fold, incorporate, crochet, intermingle, knot, careen, twist, zigzag, splice, whip through, braid, interlink, sew, manufacture, introduce, fabricate, piece together, net, ply, interfold, loop, merge, complicate, put together, create, cue, compose, move in and out, fuse, snake, reticulate, spin, complect, criss-cross, construct, lurch, intertwine, twist and turn, make, build, writhe, wreathe, mat, knit, entwine

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