from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having some specific type of knee or knees.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of knee.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having knees;- used chiefly in composition
- adj. Geniculated; forming an obtuse angle at the joints, like the knee when a little bent.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having knees: used chiefly in composition, as in knock-kneed.
- Marked with or by the knees; bulging at the knees, as a pair of trousers.
- In anat., zoöl., and botany, geniculate; bent at an angle, and protuberant at the bending, like the knee; having a swollen joint in a bent axis. Also knee-jointed. See cut under geniculate.
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Billy Davies: Nigel Clough "kneed" me during skirmish
Numerous eyewitness accounts provided to Gambling911. com confirmed Corfman's son, Steven, was unnecessarily "kneed" and "shouldered" by the guards for no apparent reason.
You can also adjust the fit of the boot with impressive precision (which I love, since my shape is slightly knock-kneed, meaning that I always need to rotate and shift my boots around to fit).
She marched up to me and grabbed me by my expensive collar and kneed me in the balls.
Thomas was tackled, hit with a baton, pinned to the ground, punched repeatedly in the ribs, kneed in the head, Tasered four times and then struck in the face with the Taser device eight times.
Apparently, at least something survived my weak-kneed horticultural attempt.
Stay home and punish the weak-kneed, sell-out Democrats?
And if those weak-kneed politicians simply refuse to raise your taxes, well, what's a billionaire to do?
He also kneed Cro Cop repeatedly in the balls, and you've got to be crazy to do that to Cro Cop.
When last seen in the UFC, he was getting one of his balls literally kneed up into his body by Kongo.