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- n. a kind of water dragon, living in knuckerholes in Sussex, England
Caught between belief in the old gods and Christianity (790 AD, Britain), Jack calls upon his ash wood staff to subdue a passel of unruly monks, and, for his daring, ends up in a knucker hole.
A lover and a fighter and he'll knock a knucker out
"Aaron Rowand just swung at a knucker in the visitor's dugout."
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