What is another word for Knotting?

Pronunciation: [nˈɒtɪŋ] (IPA)

Knotting, the act of tying a knot, has several synonyms. In fishing, the term tying is used to refer to the knotting of a hook to a fishing line, while splicing is used to indicate the joining of two ropes or cords. Tying a knot can also be referred to as fastening, cinching, or roping. Ligature and binding can indicate a more permanent or restrictive type of knotting, while interlocking and weaving suggest a more intricate or interwoven type of knotting. Regardless of the synonym used, knotting remains an important skill for various applications, from sailing and rock climbing to knitting and sewing.

What are the hypernyms for Knotting?

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

Usage examples for Knotting

Much elated at this unexpected good fortune, he took the strap that had slung his gun, the leathern belt about his waist, and the strong cords of his pouch, and Knotting them together, made a rope long enough to let him drop within two or three feet of the stones below.
"Spinning-Wheel Stories"
Louisa May Alcott
When they reached the top of the cliff, the fishermen hastily rigged up a sort of rude windlass, and Knotting the lengths of rope firmly together, they succeeded in making a line long enough to reach him, and firm enough to bear him.
"Tales of the Toys, Told by Themselves"
Frances Freeling Broderip
Lanyard finished his drink and made as if to rise, but relapsed, a spasm of pain Knotting his face.
"Alias The Lone Wolf"
Louis Joseph Vance

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