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Knab
Knab "Knab" (n[a^]b), v. t. [imp. & p. p. (n[a^]bd); p. pr. & vb. n. .] [See , v. t., and cf. , v. t.] 1. To seize with the teeth; to gnaw. ``Knabbing crusts.'' More…
Knabbed
Knab "Knab" (n[a^]b), v. t. [imp. & p. p. (n[a^]bd); p. pr. & vb. n. .] [See , v. t., and cf. , v. t.] 1. To seize with the teeth; to gnaw. ``Knabbing crusts.'' More…
Knabbing
Knab "Knab" (n[a^]b), v. t. [imp. & p. p. (n[a^]bd); p. pr. & vb. n. .] [See , v. t., and cf. , v. t.] 1. To seize with the teeth; to gnaw. ``Knabbing crusts.'' More…
Knabble
Knabble "Knab"ble" (n[a^]b"b'l), v. i. [Freq. of knab.] To bite or nibble. [Obs.] Horses will knabble at walls, and rats gnaw iron. —Sir More…
Knack
Knack "Knack" (n[a^]k), v. i. [Prob. of imitative origin; cf. G. knacken to break, Dan. knage to crack, and E. knock.] 1. To crack; to make a sharp, abrupt noise to chink. [Obs. or More…
Knack
Knack "Knack", n. 1. A petty contrivance; a toy; a plaything; a knickknack. A knack, a toy, a trick, a baby's cap. —Shak. 2. A readiness in performance; More…
Knack-kneed
Knack-kneed "Knack"-kneed`", a. See .
knack-kneed
knock-kneed "knock"-kneed`", a. Having the legs bent inward so that the knees touch in walking. [Written also .]
Knacker
Knacker "Knack"er", n. 1. One who makes knickknacks, toys, etc. —Mortimer. 2. One of two or more pieces of bone or wood held loosely between the fingers, and struck More…
Knacker
Knacker "Knack"er", n. [Cf. Icel. hnakkr a saddle.] 1. a harness maker. [Obs. or Prov. Eng.] —Halliwell. 2. One who slaughters worn-out horses and sells their flesh More…
Knackish
Knackish "Knack"ish", a. Trickish; artful. [Obs.] — {Knack"ish*ness}, n. [Obs.] —Dr. H. More.
Knackishness
Knackish "Knack"ish", a. Trickish; artful. [Obs.] — {Knack"ish*ness}, n. [Obs.] —Dr. H. More.
Knacky
Knacky "Knack"y", a. Having a knack; cunning; crafty; trickish. [Prov. Eng. & Scot.] —Halliwell.
Knag
Knag "Knag" (n[a^]g), n. [Cf. Prov. G. knagge a knot in wood, Sw. knagg, Dan. knag a hook to hand clothes on, a bracket; Gael. & Ir. cnag peg, knob.] 1. A knot in wood; a More…
Knagged
Knagged "Knag"ged", a. Full of knots; knaggy.
Knagginess
Knaggy "Knag"gy", a. Knotty; rough; figuratively, rough in temper. —Fuller. — {Knag"gi*ness}, n.
Knaggy
Knaggy "Knag"gy", a. Knotty; rough; figuratively, rough in temper. —Fuller. — {Knag"gi*ness}, n.
Knap
Knap "Knap", v. i. To make a sound of snapping. —Wiseman.
Knap
Knap "Knap", n. A sharp blow or slap. —Halliwell.
Knap
Knap "Knap" (n[a^]p), n. [AS. cn[ae]p, cn[ae]pp, top, knob, button; cf. Icel. knappr knob, Sw. knapp, Dan. knap button, W., Gael., & Ir. cnap knob, button, and E. knop.] A More…
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