Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of knack.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • After realising that only 12 people and a mangy dog bother playing football in Australia, new Sheilaroos coach Holger Osiek has resisted calls for perma-knacked winger Harry Kewell to quit the national team.

    A Robot Replica Of Fiona Bruce

  • That ghostly figure hanging round Man City's training ground rattling his knacked legs, is none other than Roque Santa Cruz: he's been left out of the club's Big Vase group stage squad.

    Obsequious To The Point Of Becoming A Human Suppository

  • I'm on a railway platform trying to get to work during a period of heavy storms (service is totally knacked) and I'm in uniform with a crowd around me seriously dis-chuffed and about to remove my nipple rings without unclipping them.

    I HATE COMPUTERS ( a therapy intermission)

  • This - a working pub until the purchase a few months ago - is already showing scenes of active "deteriorating" with roof and upper windows knacked, and the curtelage of the pub which was previously available for patrons and others to park and also wander across has been fenced off.

    Lib Dem Clayton Barbarism: Dropping Historic Cinema

  • Anyway, some of the slabs are knacked, and I trod on one wrong and went over.

    The Pain in Sprain Stays Mostly on the… « We Don't Count Your Own Visits To Your Blog

  • That she would 'never get into certain fashionable parties because she is too old and knacked.'

    Fashion: It's deadly serious

  • Public sector workers to strike ... bizarre compensation claims (what then should the family of the late Colin Bloomfield receive?) ... education knacked ...

    It's like deja vu all over again ...

  • And was this treemanangel on his soredbohmend because Knockout, the knickknaver, knacked him in the knechtschaft? —

    Finnegans Wake

  • The Devil is, once more, back in his Kitchen, but he's a wee bit knacked from all of that travelling... posted by Devil's Kitchen at 10/18/2005 09:45:00 PM

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • MAN WITH CHIP, That clan has gotten away with 100 years dissipated and knacked, of sheer brilliance at home, video reach, -- Up till now stereo bog etc.

    Slates

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