But drop or, as you say in England, knock up calling me ‘sir.’
I determined to knock up the lodge-keeper, and to enlist her assistance.
If he looks shocked at the suggestion, Dick can knock up a partition.
I mean to get a stone and knock up some of the bricks, if I can, and see.
All he has to do is to knock up a book of travels, and it'll go like wildfire.'
It might freeze—I could sprain my ankle, or knock up an excuse of some sort.
If you play polo hard enough, you may knock up a pony every game.
It wasn't so late but Bill could go into the town and knock up the folks at a hotel.
If you want to beat the enemy, you must knock up the revenue.
When the chance comes, I'm bound to kick around a bit and knock up the dust.