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Tyed vs. Tied

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Tyedverb

simple past tense and past participle of tye

Tiedadjective

Closely connected or associated.

‘As a couple, they are strongly tied to one another.’;

Tiedadjective

Restricted.

Tiedadjective

Conditional on other agreements being upheld.

Tiedadjective

That resulted in a tie.

Tiedadjective

Provided for use by an employer for as long as one is employed, often with restrictions on the conditions of use.

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Tiedadjective

(archeology) Having walls that are connected in a few places by a single stone overlapping from one wall to another.

Tiedverb

simple past tense and past participle of tie

Tiedadjective

bound or secured closely;

‘the guard was found trussed up with his arms and legs securely tied’; ‘a trussed chicken’;

Tiedadjective

bound together by or as if by a strong rope; especially as by a bond of affection;

‘people tied by blood or marriage’;

Tiedadjective

fastened with strings or cords;

‘a neatly tied bundle’;

Tiedadjective

closed with a lace;

‘snugly laced shoes’;

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Tiedadjective

of the score in a contest;

‘the score is tied’;

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