Definition of "tautly" [tautly]

  • In a taut manner, tightly, tensely. (adverb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "tautly" in a sentence
  • "The effect of the false normalcy is to twist the building tensions of subsequent abnormalities all the more tautly."
  • "A tautly told tale of psychological tension and chilling moral complexity, The Last Secret accelerates to a shattering conclusion as it explores the irreparable consequences of one family's crimes of the heart."
  • "Pianoforte, the variation of sound from quiet to loud, is set in motion almost instantaneously as steel strings tautly attached to felt-covered hammers feel the vibration."