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- v. Present participle of knack.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Striking; slashing: used in emphasis.
- n. The act of making a sharp abrupt noise.
- n. A sounding.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
This is how San holy — 1 I loved to see the Macbeths Jerseys knacking spots of the Plumpduffs
+ Nay sure, the partie is in good knacking earnest,
By this point the track was a bit less rough but it was still knacking trying to steer cconstantly while keeping up 11 mph.
The job I did was infantry, and I spent many a day out on the moors knacking my hearing with GPMGs and Assault Pioneer style bangs.
If we did the same in january we would get a right knacking.
Now you're going to tell me who you're working for, or I'll do a little knacking myself. "
i might of had a one, (it was knacking) There's no reason for a mass-recall unless there is a serious safety issue, ie. they're overheating and catching fire.