He leaned forward, his hands clasped tightly together.
She closed her eyes tightly in a vain attempt to hold back the tears.
I shivered and pulled my scarf more tightly round my neck.
Her sallow skin was drawn tightly across the bones of her face.
Seal tightly then leave for four to five days to macerate.
We are as tightly bound to the people we dislike as to the people we love.
I have a good pair of skates, but no matter how tightly I lace them, my ankles wobble.
The stallion bucked as he fought against the reins holding him tightly in.
People stood packed together tightly.
The internal media was tightly controlled by the government during the war.
The problems of Israel, Lebanon, and the Gulf were tightly interlocked.
Crimp the edges to seal them tightly.
He hangs on tightly, his arms around my neck.
She climbed back into bed and wrapped her arms tightly round her body.
My child holds onto my hand tightly while we cross the street.
Make sure that the child is strapped tightly into the buggy.
Hold the ladder tightly and move up a rung at a time.
Don't bunch the flowers up so tightly, you'll spoil them.
The child clasped the doll tightly.
The crowd pressed together so tightly that we could hardly breathe.
James went to his daughter and hugged her tightly.
They strung these pearls tightly.
The young mother held her baby tightly in the arms.
You pack in as tightly as you can.
He screwed the caps tightly onto the bottles.
He stretched out his arms and embraced me tightly.
He clung tightly to the raft to keep himself afloat.
In her anger she compressed her lips so tightly that they went white.
The baby is tightly swaddled.
He has screwed the lid down so tightly that I can't get it off.
Compared with a hundred years ago, our lives are less tightly bound by social norms and physical constraints.
When the world was sill populated by hunter-gatherers, small tightly knit groups developed their own patterns of speech independent of each other.
2018年高考英语全国卷I 阅读理解 阅读C 原文收起真题例句
1. in a tight or constricted manner;
"a tightly packed pub"
2. securely fixed or fastened;
"the window was tightly sealed"