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    tightly

    Hello everyone
    I'd like to ask what "tightly" means in the following context:

    "You okay, Dish?" Vega asked.
    Bowles gave the commabdo one final kick, then stepped back. "Now I'm fine", he said tightly.

    What does "tightly" imply in this case?


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    Re: tightly

    His voice was abrupt in tone.

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    Re: tightly

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    His voice was abrupt in tone.
    Thank you very much, Anglika.

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