- v. Simple past tense and past participle of knap.
“These flints are hand knapped in England and are relatively uniform.”
“According to Dr. Geist, Neanderthal's rough knapped stone spear heads would be perfact for slipping between the ribs of a large animal when thrust on a short spear.”
“A new book from the crafter of the hyphenated superbole: "He sleep-otters under small black stones..." and later "illness's knapped letter is ribboned" in the "water-earth, the gonging.”
“The knife--originally knapped stone--has been the partner of the needle since the Paleolithic era.”
“They were knapped from stone in about 30 minutes," Maroteng”
“I would she were as lying a gossip in that as ever knapped ginger or made her neighbours believe she wept for the death of a third husband.”
“But we traded the option of blissful ignorance for lucidity with every stone tool knapped, every fire kindled, and with every novel technology teased out of nature.”
“Microdrills for boring out beads, and fragments of carefully knapped bifacial knives also turned up.”
“Fragments of fine bifacially knapped flint lances or knives.”
“The problem is that their technology in East Asia was simple; archaeologists frequently have trouble distinguishing real knapped tools from similar objects splintered by natural forces.”
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