What is another word for Knits?

Pronunciation: [nˈɪts] (IPA)

The word "knits" can be replaced by several synonyms that convey similar meanings. For example, the term "weaves" suggests a similar action of interlocking and creating a fabric. On the other hand, "crochets" indicates a different action of using a hook to create loops that interlock. The phrase "hand-knitted" or "handmade" conveys a sense of craftsmanship and personal touch. "Knitted textures" or "knitted patterns" can also be used to describe the fabric created by knitting. "Woven fabrics" or "textiles" are broader terms that encompass all types of interlocking and weaving. Whatever word is used, they all refer to the intricate process of creating fabrics through interlocking fiber loops.

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What are the hypernyms for Knits?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Knits

My mother Knits sometimes, and does the house-work.
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11,676. Have you an aunt who Knits also?
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7547. Do you think that a woman who Knits, and who has a separate account of her own in the women's book, is induced to spend more of her earnings on dress than she would otherwise do?
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