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Definition of well knit in English:

adjective

(Of a person) strongly and compactly built: the well-knit, athletic type
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  • At fifteen she had been a simple, sweet-tempered farm-girl, well-knit and attractive, with raven-black hair.
  • Out from the kitchen strolled a well-knit youth with the air of a young and arrogant war lord from an ancient dynasty, holding a large vegetable knife firmly in his hand.
  • From the head, the back gently slopes over an arched neck and well-muscled shoulders to well-knit hips.

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