tie is Accepted in TWL Scrabble Dictionary

tie Scrabble score: 3

Meaning of tie

  • a line, ribbon, or cord used for fastening, uniting, or drawing something closed
  • to establish the position of (a point not part of a survey control)
  • contest that ends in a draw
  • to bind
  • low laced shoe oxford
  • curved line that joins two musical notes of the same pitch to denote a single tone sustained through the time value of the two
  • to place (money or property) under restrictions
  • to limit one's activities; confine; curtail
  • to bring to a stop; make inactive
  • to fasten (to secure (to make safe or certain)) [v TYDE or TIED, TYING or TIEING, TIES]
  • to get drunk
  • to fasten with a cord, string, etc.
  • equality in scores, votes, etc.
  • method or style of tying or knotting
  • to hinder; impede
  • structural element (as a rod or angle iron) holding two pieces together a tension member in a construction
  • oelace
  • cktie
  • equality in number (as of votes or scores)
  • moral or legal obligation to someone or something typically constituting a restraining power, influence, or duty
  • to tie a cord or suture around (a vein, blood vessel, or the like) so as to stop the flow within
  • to make a tie-in, esp. in advertising or a sale
  • to wrap; bind
  • bond of kinship, affection, etc.
  • to connect or be connected; be consistent
  • to occupy completely
  • contest in which this occurs
  • to make into a bow
  • to fasten securely by tying
  • to make the same score
  • to make the same score as
  • necktie
  • bond of kinship or affection
  • something used to tie or join