Thesaurus / knock over
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“I should like first to knock over another wildebeest, or an elephant, if one were to come in our way,” said Denis.
HENDRICKS THE HUNTERW.H.G. KINGSTON
A poor devil of a monkey, that you could knock over with a bit of a stick; as easily as you could kill an opossum.
So we loaded the gun once more, and about half a mile further up the glen he had the luck to knock over a small rabbit.
THE PILOTS OF POMONAROBERT LEIGHTON
If I should flop my wings I believe I'd knock over the whole village!
No great risks were involved, the little malachite table placed as a cup-haven being too heavy to knock over easily.
WHEN GHOST MEETS GHOSTWILLIAM FREND DE MORGAN
Not that we expect to use them for defensive purposes, but we might see some game that we can knock over.
They would be compelled to turn upon him, and out of such a thick mass, he could not fail to knock over one.
Here he landed, and after an hour's trudge in the marshy bottoms had the luck to knock over two couple of woodcock.
WANDERING HEATHSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
Do you want to knock over that monument on Heavy Tree Hill, and upset your standing here among the deacons and elders?
And to think how it should a been just what the boys were telling me to knock over.

WORDS RELATED TO KNOCK OVER

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