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hold tight to keep one's position or opinion and await further events.
sit tight to keep one's position or opinion and await further events.
sleep tight to sleep well or soundly.
tight end a player in football who is stationed close to and outside the tackle on the offense.
tight ship (informal) an organization or group that is extremely efficient and well-run.
tight-lipped with lips tightly shut or compressed. [2 definitions]