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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of knife.

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Examples

  • For instance, the man Peasley might have omitted the word knifed; also the explanatory words, argument boat fare, and the word mate.

    Cappy Ricks Or, the Subjugation of Matt Peasley

  • Each coin knifed into the soft cedar of the door, burying itself about halfway.

    Vigorish

  • He had "knifed" people before -- here and there a particular candidate whom it was desirable to undo.

    The Titan

  • They squabbled amongst themselves over the dew-surfaces, and only the night before one of them was knifed because he so stole.

    CHAPTER X

  • The typhoon was astonishingly noisy now—the wind howled as the waves buffetted the base of the rig, and the relentless rain knifed into the steel exterior of the rig at seventy miles an hour.

    Gideon’s war

  • Twelve years later, despite a life term without parole, Horton received a weekend furlough, during which he knifed, blinded, and gagged a man in Maryland, raped his fiancée, and stole their car.

    Deconstructing Obama

  • The typhoon was astonishingly noisy now—the wind howled as the waves buffetted the base of the rig, and the relentless rain knifed into the steel exterior of the rig at seventy miles an hour.

    Gideon’s war

  • The typhoon was astonishingly noisy now—the wind howled as the waves buffetted the base of the rig, and the relentless rain knifed into the steel exterior of the rig at seventy miles an hour.

    Gideon’s war

  • Twelve years later, despite a life term without parole, Horton received a weekend furlough, during which he knifed, blinded, and gagged a man in Maryland, raped his fiancée, and stole their car.

    Deconstructing Obama

  • The typhoon was astonishingly noisy now—the wind howled as the waves buffetted the base of the rig, and the relentless rain knifed into the steel exterior of the rig at seventy miles an hour.

    Gideon’s war

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