1. Recent Examples on the Web Cow Bay is one of those Bights, right where the suburbs of Dartmouth and Cole Harbour begin to fade …
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2. Great Bights Mum's national animal is the whale, which frolics freely in the nation's sparkling oceans
3. Great Bights Mum is ranked 6,708 th in the world and 584 th in The North Pacific for Most Valuable International Artwork, with 65.64 Bank
4. The distinctive Bights of the body and the chink with the fingers are played normally from women by as being frequent details
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5. About 104 miles long by 40 miles wide, with a convoluted coastline bisected by several large Bights, the island has hundreds of square miles of bonefish flats — more than can be fished in a lifetime.
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6. We found 8 dictionaries with English definitions that include the word Bights: Click on the first link on a line below to go directly to a page where "Bights" is defined
7. General (7 matching dictionaries) Bights: Merriam-Webster.com [home, info] Bights: Collins English Dictionary [home, info] Bights: Vocabulary.com [home, info]
Definition of bight. 1: a bend in a coast forming an open bay; also: a bay formed by such a bend. 2: a slack part or loop in a rope.
Definition of blight. 1 botany : to affect (a plant) with a disease or injury marked by the formation of lesions, withering, and death of parts (such as leaves and tubers) : to affect with blight (see blight entry 1 sense 1) The apple trees were blighted by fungus.
blighted; blighting; blights. Definition of blight (Entry 2 of 2) transitive verb. 1 botany : to affect (a plant) with a disease or injury marked by the formation of lesions, withering, and death of parts (such as leaves and tubers) : to affect with blight (see blight entry 1 sense 1) The apple trees were blighted by fungus.
In other cases, a knot being tied in the bight is a matter of the method of tying rather than a difference in the completed form of the knot. For example, the clove hitch can be made "in the bight" if it is being slipped over the end of a post but not if being cast onto a closed ring, which requires access to an end of the rope.