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knock down

verb as in disassemble

Strongest match

verb as in ground

verb as in level

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Example Sentences

The first in the room, to knock down the door, to break down the barriers, to pave the road that we all walk on.

We would have to knock down some of the integrated air defense system of an adversary.

The effect would be to knock down California's gay-marriage ban on a technicality, without affecting the rest of the country.

It's from there that we cut spending, knock down taxes, and unleash American innovation.

So this is what the right will try to do today—knock down the Benghazi narrative and accuse Crowley of bias.

But you've taken a knock-down blow in a sporting way, and I want to do the thing handsome.

If he had a little more force he would be able to knock down sinners better.

To pull down a wall was nothing, but to knock down the sentry was a more formidable thing.

"They look as if their legs were going to knock down all the fence posts on the farm," he exclaimed.

Sam Clemens, himself a practical joker in his youth, found a healthy delight in this knock-down humor of the Comstock.


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