Opened and Tight


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Opened adjective – Used of mouth or eyes.
Tight is an antonym for opened.
Nearby Words: open, opening, opener
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Tight adjective – Not allowing penetration (as by gas, liquid, or light).
Opened is an antonym for tight.
Nearby Words: tighten, tightness, tightly
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  • It was opened in 1598 by ducal decree to enact the Bavarian crown's monopoly on brewing and selling beer, in accordance to, among other things, a tight quality control.
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