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Meanings of Knaidlach:

noun

A type of dumpling eaten in jewish households during passover.

Usage examples:

In this case, they grind it up, add eggs and make kneidlach (dumplings).

Meanings of Knap:

noun

The crest of a hill.

Usage examples:

A pathway winding around the knap of a green hill
verb

Shape (a piece of stone, typically flint) by striking it, so as to make a tool or weapon or a flat-faced stone for building walls.

Usage examples:

Buildings made of knapped flint

Meanings of Knapped:

verb

Shape (a piece of stone, typically flint) by striking it, so as to make a tool or weapon or a flat-faced stone for building walls.

Usage examples:

Buildings made of knapped flint
noun

The crest of a hill.

Usage examples:

A pathway winding around the knap of a green hill

Meanings of Knapping:

verb

Shape (a piece of stone, typically flint) by striking it, so as to make a tool or weapon or a flat-faced stone for building walls.

Usage examples:

Buildings made of knapped flint
noun

The crest of a hill.

Usage examples:

A pathway winding around the knap of a green hill

Meanings of Knaps:

noun

The crest of a hill.

Usage examples:

A pathway winding around the knap of a green hill
verb

Shape (a piece of stone, typically flint) by striking it, so as to make a tool or weapon or a flat-faced stone for building walls.

Usage examples:

Buildings made of knapped flint

Knapsack

ˈnæp.sæk

Meanings of Knapsack:

noun

A soldier's or hiker's bag with shoulder straps, carried on the back, and typically made of canvas or other weatherproof material.

Usage examples:

The soldiers, dressed in bright green fatigues with knapsacks on their backs, filed through jean le…

Meanings of Knapsacks:

noun

A soldier's or hiker's bag with shoulder straps, carried on the back, and typically made of canvas or other weatherproof material.

Usage examples:

The soldiers, dressed in bright green fatigues with knapsacks on their backs, filed through jean le…

Knapweed

ˈnæp.wiːd

Meanings of Knapweed:

noun

A tough-stemmed eurasian plant that typically has purple thistle-like flower heads, occurring chiefly in grassland and on roadsides.

Usage examples:

The oil from the seeds of cotton thistles was extracted for fuel and knapweed, centaurea scabiosa, …

Knapweeds

ˈnapwiːd

Meanings of Knapweeds:

noun

A tough-stemmed eurasian plant that typically has purple thistle-like flower heads, occurring chiefly in grassland and on roadsides.

Usage examples:

The oil from the seeds of cotton thistles was extracted for fuel and knapweed, centaurea scabiosa, …

Meanings of Knar:

noun

A knot or protuberance on a tree trunk or root.

Usage examples:

Together with the trunk's slits, twists, folds, convolutions, and knars these patches sometimes res…

Knars

nɑː

Meanings of Knars:

noun

A knot or protuberance on a tree trunk or root.

Usage examples:

Together with the trunk's slits, twists, folds, convolutions, and knars these patches sometimes res…

Meanings of Knaveries:

noun

Dishonest or unfair behaviour

Usage examples:

No system can wholly protect fools from the knavery of others.

Knavery

ˈneɪ.vər.i

Meanings of Knavery:

noun

Dishonest or unfair behaviour

Usage examples:

No system can wholly protect fools from the knavery of others.

Knaves

neɪv

Meanings of Knaves:

noun

A dishonest or unscrupulous man.

Usage examples:

Instead, according to the same daily record, he is a knave and a liar.

Meanings of Knaveship:

noun

In the system of thirlage: a small quantity of grain or meal payable to a miller's servant as a sequel, levied on each lot of corn ground at the mill. also: †the position of miller's servant or assistant (obsolete). compare "knave".

Knavish

ˈneɪvɪʃ

Meanings of Knavish:

adjective

Dishonest or unscrupulous.

Usage examples:

His knavish tricks will be frustrated

Meanings of Knawels:

noun

A low-growing inconspicuous plant of the pink family, which grows in temperate regions of the northern hemisphere.

Usage examples:

I saw no shepherd's purse after december 27th, but knawel was in flower as late as january 18th.

Knead

niːd

Meanings of Knead:

verb

Work (moistened flour or clay) into dough or paste with the hands.

Usage examples:

Transfer to a medium mixing-bowl, and add in the flour progressively, kneading the dough until it i…

Kneaded

niːd

Meanings of Kneaded:

verb

Work (moistened flour or clay) into dough or paste with the hands.

Usage examples:

Transfer to a medium mixing-bowl, and add in the flour progressively, kneading the dough until it i…

Meanings of Kneading:

verb

Work (moistened flour or clay) into dough or paste with the hands.

Usage examples:

Transfer to a medium mixing-bowl, and add in the flour progressively, kneading the dough until it i…

Kneads

niːd

Meanings of Kneads:

verb

Work (moistened flour or clay) into dough or paste with the hands.

Usage examples:

Transfer to a medium mixing-bowl, and add in the flour progressively, kneading the dough until it i…

Knee

niː

Meanings of Knee:

noun

The joint between the thigh and the lower leg in humans.

Usage examples:

The ball bounced off his knee and ran out wide
verb

Hit (someone) with one's knee.

Usage examples:

She kneed him in the groin

Knee-high

ˌniːˈhaɪ

Meanings of Knee-high:

adjective

Tall enough to reach your knees

Usage examples:

Knee-high grass/boots

Meanings of Knee-jerk:

adjective

Happening or existing as a result of habit, rather than careful consideration

Usage examples:

When asked about crime, the mayor’s knee-jerk reaction is to call for longer prison sentences.

Kneecap

ˈniː.kæp

Meanings of Kneecap:

noun

The convex bone in front of the knee joint; the patella.

Usage examples:

It affects the cartilage on the back of the kneecap and causes pain and stiffness, especially when …
verb

Shoot (someone) in the knee or leg as a form of punishment.

Usage examples:

Petty crimes are punished by kneecapping

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