KNOT in Scrabble

KNOT is accepted in Scrabble (sowpods, twl06). It is a 4-letter word and contains the following letters K N O T (sorted alphabetically). KNOT is a noun. KNOT is also a verb. KNOT (as verb) is conjugated this way: to knot, knotted, knotting, knots. Displaying clues with their related answers, definition of clue, synonyms and pronunciation if aviailable.

Score table for KNOT

GameWordPoints totalDB Support
ScrabbleK5N1O1T18sowpods
twl06

By adding one letter to KNOT you can create these words

 WordPoints totalLetter's scoreDB Support
1. KNOTS9K5N1O1T1S1sowpodstwl06
2. KNOUT9K5N1O1U1T1sowpodstwl06
3. TOKEN9T1O1K5E1N1sowpodstwl06
4. STONK9S1T1O1N1K5sowpodstwl06
5. TONKA9T1O1N1K5A1sowpodstwl06
6. TONKS9T1O1N1K5S1sowpodstwl06
7. TRONK9T1R1O1N1K5sowpodstwl06

Words starting with KNOT

 WordPoints totalLetter's scoreDB Support
1. KNOTWORKS20K5N1O1T1W4O1R1K5S1sowpodstwl06
2. KNOTWORK19K5N1O1T1W4O1R1K5sowpodstwl06
3. KNOTWEEDS17K5N1O1T1W4E1E1D2S1sowpodstwl06
4. KNOTTINESSES16K5N1O1T1T1I1N1E1S1S1E1S1sowpodstwl06
5. KNOTGRASSES16K5N1O1T1G2R1A1S1S1E1S1sowpodstwl06
6. KNOTHOLES16K5N1O1T1H4O1L1E1S1sowpodstwl06
7. KNOTWEED16K5N1O1T1W4E1E1D2sowpodstwl06
8. KNOTLIKE16K5N1O1T1L1I1K5E1sowpodstwl06
9. KNOTTILY15K5N1O1T1T1I1L1Y4sowpodstwl06
10. KNOTHOLE15K5N1O1T1H4O1L1E1sowpodstwl06
11. KNOTGRASS14K5N1O1T1G2R1A1S1S1sowpodstwl06
12. KNOTTINGS14K5N1O1T1T1I1N1G2S1sowpodstwl06
13. KNOTTINESS14K5N1O1T1T1I1N1E1S1S1sowpodstwl06
14. KNOTTING13K5N1O1T1T1I1N1G2sowpodstwl06
15. KNOTTY13K5N1O1T1T1Y4sowpodstwl06
16. KNOTTIEST13K5N1O1T1T1I1E1S1T1sowpodstwl06
17. KNOTTERS12K5N1O1T1T1E1R1S1sowpodstwl06
18. KNOTTIER12K5N1O1T1T1I1E1R1sowpodstwl06
19. KNOTLESS12K5N1O1T1L1E1S1S1sowpodstwl06
20. KNOTTED12K5N1O1T1T1E1D2sowpodstwl06
21. KNOTTER11K5N1O1T1T1E1R1sowpodstwl06
22. KNOTS9K5N1O1T1S1sowpodstwl06

Words ending with KNOT

 WordPoints totalLetter's scoreDB Support
1. WITCHKNOT21W4I1T1C3H4K5N1O1T1sowpodstwl06
2. BOWKNOT16B3O1W4K5N1O1T1sowpodstwl06
3. SLIPKNOT14S1L1I1P3K5N1O1T1sowpodstwl06
4. TOPKNOT13T1O1P3K5N1O1T1sowpodstwl06
5. INTERKNOT13I1N1T1E1R1K5N1O1T1sowpodstwl06
6. BEKNOT12B3E1K5N1O1T1sowpodstwl06
7. REKNOT10R1E1K5N1O1T1sowpodstwl06
8. UNKNOT10U1N1K5N1O1T1sowpodstwl06

Definition of KNOT

1.
A tight cluster of people or things
A small knot of women listened to his sermon The bird had a knot of feathers forming a crest
2.
Any of various fastenings formed by looping and tying a rope (or cord) upon itself or to another rope or to another object
3.
A hard cross-grained round piece of wood in a board where a branch emerged
The saw buckled when it hit a knot
4.
Something twisted and tight and swollen
Their muscles stood out in knots The old man's fists were two great gnarls His stomach was in knots
5.
A unit of length used in navigation
Exactly 1,852 meters Historically based on the distance spanned by one minute of arc in latitude
6.
Soft lump or unevenness in a yarn
Either an imperfection or created by design
7.
A sandpiper that breeds in the Arctic and winters in the southern hemisphere
8.
Make into knots
Make knots out of She knotted her fingers
9.
Tie or fasten into a knot
Knot the shoelaces
10.
Tangle or complicate
A ravelled story

Synonyms of KNOT

noun bunch, clump, cluster, clustering
noun fastener, fastening, holdfast, fixing
noun wood
noun gnarl, distorted shape, distortion
nounnautical mile, mile, mi, naut mi, international nautical mile, air mile, nautical linear unit
noun slub, burl, roughness
noun grayback, Calidris canutus, sandpiper
verbcreate from raw material, create from raw stuff
verb tie, bind
verb ravel, tangle, intertwine, twine, entwine, enlace, interlace, lace

Wiktionary says

NOUN
  1. A looping of a piece of string or of any other long, flexible material that cannot be untangled without passing one or both ends of the material through its loops.
  2. A tangled clump.
  3. A maze-like pattern.
  4. A non-self-intersecting closed curve in e. g. , three-dimensional space that is an abstraction of a knot in sense 1 above.
  5. A difficult situation.
  6. The whorl left in lumber by the base of a branch growing out of the tree's trunk.
  7. Local swelling in a tissue area, especially skin, often due to injury.
  8. A group of people or things.
  9. A unit of speed, equal to one nautical mile per hour.
  10. One of a variety shore bird; the red-breasted sandpiper variously Calidris canutus or.
VERB
  1. To form into a knot; tie with a knots.
  2. To form wrinkles in the forehead, as a sign of concentration, concern, surprise, etc.
ANTONYMS
  1. loosen,unbind,unknot,untie

KNOT is an english verb

Infinitive
knot
Gerundio
knoting
Past participle
knoted
Indicative
Present:
iknot
youknot
heknots
weknot
youknot
theyknot
Imperfect:
iknoted
youknoted
heknoted
weknoted
youknoted
theyknoted
Future:
iwill knot
youwill knot
hewill knot
wewill knot
youwill knot
theywill knot
Perfect:
ihave knoted
youhave knoted
hehas knoted
wehave knoted
youhave knoted
theyhave knoted
Pluperfect indic. or past perfect:
ihad knoted
youhad knoted
hehad knoted
wehad knoted
youhad knoted
theyhad knoted
Future perfect or future anterior:
iwill have knoted
youwill have knoted
hewill have knoted
wewill have knoted
youwill have knoted
theywill have knoted
Conditional
Conditional present:
iwould knot
youwould knot
hewould knot
wewould knot
youwould knot
theywould knot
Conditional perfect:
iwould have knoted
youwould have knoted
hewould have knoted
wewould have knoted
youwould have knoted
theywould have knoted
Subjunctive
Present:
iknot
youknot
heknot
weknot
youknot
theyknot
Present perfect:
ihave knoted
youhave knoted
hehave knoted
wehave knoted
youhave knoted
theyhave knoted
Imperfect:
iknoted
youknoted
heknoted
weknoted
youknoted
theyknoted
Pluperfect:
ihad knoted
youhad knoted
hehad knoted
wehad knoted
youhad knoted
theyhad knoted
Imperative
Affirmative:
youknot
weLet's knot
youknot
Negative:
youdon't knot! (do not knot)
youknot
Wikipedia says
A knot is a method of fastening or securing linear material such as rope by tying or interweaving. It may consist of a length of one or several segments of rope, string, webbing, twine, strap, or even chain interwoven such that the line can bind to itself or to some other object—the "load". Knots have been the subject of interest for their ancient origins, their common uses, and the area of mathematics known as knot theory.
Score table
1p. E, A, I, O, N, R, T, L, S, U
2p. D, G
3p. B, C, M, P
4p. F, H, V, W, Y
5p. K
8p. J, X
10p. Q, Z