Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples
IPA transcription: [t'aɪɪŋ]
meaning of the word
the act of tying or binding things together
The spaceman used it in tying the sack of possessions firmly to Doc's suit.
But that idea of tying himself down to a household was in itself distasteful to him.
The strangers left their steeds standing, each tying a rein to a stirrup, then introduced themselves.
"Yes, and tying a string round the right place on your leg when you've cut an artery," added Harry, eagerly.
"And there's a five-cent piece in that one for you to ride up with," said her mother, tying up the purse carefully.
All the flesh is now to be cut off the bones, and packed into the sack; which is then to be inflated, and secured by tying up the open end.
It was not until he had reached his own room and was tying his necktie that he became aware of a sound that lingered unpleasantly in his ears.
From the bottom of the sea I saw them take up an anchor of six hundredweight, tying a cable to it with great dexterity, and pulling it from a rock.
The fault of the previous plan, is the trouble of tying the string to the trigger; since the curvature is usually such as to make it a matter of some painstaking to fix it securely.
He's Farmer Green, and he's an awful angry man; he gave Sam such a thrashing for tying an old saucepan to one of his pigs' tails. He won't know who has done it, and I did tie the knots awful tight.'