Third-person singular simple present indicative form of tie.(verb)
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Use "ties" in a sentence
"In other words, fate had brought him there, and the title ties in with Robert E. Lee being led into defeat at Pickett's Charge by success after success after success, until finally fate decided to hammer him down, and they did at Pickett's Charge."
"Many people are greatly enslaved by what we term ties of relationship."
"However, the order did not include the word "ties," leading prison guards to deny them to the imprisoned mobster."