supertight

supertight

(ˌsuːpəˈtaɪt)
adj
extremely tight
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As long as the barrel connection is snug--not supertight, but snug--and the bolt is manually cycled a few times before shooting, I'd put a Takedown--barrel removed and replaced with each shot--up against any 10/22.
Mould and his supertight (and superloud) trio were heavy on Husker Du classics such as "Something I Learned Today'' and "I Apologize'' as well as Sugar's "Changes.
I Mrs portfolio does not include any supertight system, all models being able to cradle a 7.
I was afraid to wear things that weren't super- supertight.
Sonia Rykiel's supertight knitted sweaters updated bobby-soxers' tops of the '50s.
The powers Superman can't really be bothered with - busy as he will be with vanquishing immigrant armies of Polish builders and telling bankers off a teeny weeny bit and swooping about Westminster in his supertight undies.
Its atoms are bonded strongly together in a supertight crystal structure.
Liz, pictured in New York in a supertight pair two weeks ago still teams them with high heels and has admitted that she totters around in them every day in summer.
The originator of the soul, funk and R&B hybrid in the '60s that has since been much copied, Geno's supertight band is one of the hardest working outfits in the country.
One race fan in a supertight corset certainly wasn't dressed for the flat season and distracted binoculars from the action near famous markers such as Melling Road and Becher's Brook.
Every once in a while, Moore fills the frame with a shaky, supertight close-up of a Microsoft sign, with portentous music on the soundtrack to make sure viewers know who the bad guy is.