adjective, tauter, tautest.
tightly drawn; tense; not slack.
emotionally or mentally strained or tense:
taut nerves.
in good order or condition; tidy; neat.
tightly stretched; tense
showing nervous strain; stressed
(mainly nautical) in good order; neat


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