noun as in abuse
Min is slated to be charged with the mass knifing, which injured 22 students and an 84-year-old villager.
He wanted someone who could communicate with the generals and keep them from knifing him in the back.
The man she had killed was in the act of knifing Raft in the back.
The open defense should be played as follows: Guards play to the center, low, hard and stalling, not knifing through.
"Fancy knifing people in town a day like this," said Rosalind, stretching her large, lazy limbs in the sun.
On the panels of business wagons of the medium grade, knifing lead is used to the exclusion of roughstuff.
The putty used for knifing in is made softer than that used for stopping holes and cavities.
On this page you'll find 71 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to knifing, such as: blame, castigation, censure, curse, curses, and defamation.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.