One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘disparate regions had begun to knit together’
unite, become united, unify, become unified, become one, come together, become closer, band together, bond, combine, coalesce, merge, meld, blend, amalgamate, league
bind, weld together, bring together, draw together, ally, link, join, fuse, connect, consolidate
2‘we expect broken bones to knit’
heal, mend, join, fuse, draw together, unite, become whole
3‘Marcus knitted his brows’
furrow, tighten, contract, gather, draw in, wrinkle, pucker, knot, screw up, crease, scrunch up
1‘silky knits in pretty shades’
knitted garment, woollen
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