from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A protective covering for the knee. Also called kneecap.

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  • n. Alternative spelling of knee pad.


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  • You can swivel the kneepad to do obleiks, it works the entire abdominal muscle, reduces unnecessary stresses… blahblahblah.

    AbCoaster | Impact Lab

  • “Well, the lady in the picture is only wearing one kneepad.”

    Are You Advertising One Knee or Two?

  • I noticed that no one has written a review for the kneepad yet.

    Are You Advertising One Knee or Two?

  • I here reproduce a sample of kneepad commentary from the press and some of the same from the blogosphere.


  • A kneepad-wearing pres hopeful who loves to hear himself speak?

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  • The spin, swallowed by our kneepad wearing press, that Bush had to fly in a jet because the ship was too far off was bogus.


  • All you needed then was a back parachute, a cumbersome hard helmet, a kneepad full of junk, a book bag full of standardized normal and emergency procedures and a crane to lift you into the personal equipment truck that took you to the aircraft.

    Thud Ridge

  • Fuelleman dropped to his kneepad and popped the question.

  • Roode slammed Young, then pulled down his kneepad and went to the second rope.

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  • The serviceman's left kneepad has "Get some Paki" scrawled on it.

    British Blogs


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