Definition of 'tie in'
Example sentences containing 'tie in'
THE GOSPEL MAKERS GRACE
That'd tie in with everything we've got in place so far... Letting Off Steam...' Posy clutched at his arm.TICKLED PINK (2002)
He adjusted the tie in the mirror and now it seemed to him that his reflection was smiling at him, sardonically.AMERICAN GODS (2001)
SUMMER OF SECRETS (2003)
Flute isn't that common a name, and it might give us a tie-in with the envelope found under the bed.THE ENDLESS GAME (2003)
If our plans go ahead as we hope we'll need to raise money in the States and have a sort of tie-in, a local presence.WHISTLER IN THE DARK (2003)
We're pretty sure we know how it's being done and we have reason to suspect there may be some kind of tie-in with the Broken Zipper.THE RECYCLED CITIZEN (2003)
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