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- adj. damaged; -- not used of persons. Opposite of
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- adj. knocked unconscious by a heavy blow
- adj. damaged
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Everyone ends up with knocked-out teeth, gashed lips, and broken bones.
Behind me, Johnny was standing in the hall, where he could monitor the knocked-out artist and his customer.
The biggy though is a knocked-out Dorothy on her way to the Land of OZ.
Massey-Peabody has installed the Patriots, its No. 2-ranked team overall just ahead of the knocked-out New Orleans Saints, as a 5.54-point favorite over the Ravens.
More of Litten's fate was filled in too: how he was moved from camp to camp as his mother and others around the world pressed vainly for his freedom; the torture, the broken bones and knocked-out teeth.
One stunt coordinator recounts how a grip fell 60-feet down a rocky embankment and was only found knocked-out but okay hours later.
That's kind of an infamous story, how I got into a fight with our bass player, and got knocked-out right in front of the whole Lynyrd Skynyrd and Kid Rock crew.
Before that in knocked-out stage in Round of 16, the Dutch team beat Republic Ireland 2-0.
It is a common sight to see recently knocked-out athletes gorging on Magnums and McDonald's, swilling alcohol and, of course, shagging like crazy.
Enter the Safe Room Walkthrough: go right twice, get key from knocked-out guard