To Knot. v.a. [from the noun.]
- To complicate in knots.
Happy we who from such queens are freed,
That were always telling beads:
But here's a queen when she rides abroad
Is always knotting threads. Sidley.
- To intangle; to perplex.
- To unite.
The party of the papists in England are become more knotted, both in dependence towards Spain, and amongst themselves. Bacon's War with Spain.