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- noun a kind of water dragon, living in knuckerholes in
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Caught between belief in the old gods and Christianity (790 AD, Britain), Jack calls upon his ash wood staff to subdue a passel of unruly monks, and, for his daring, ends up in a knucker hole.
A lover and a fighter and he'll knock a knucker out
"Aaron Rowand just swung at a knucker in the visitor's dugout."