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knock off

verb as in steal

verb as in stop action; accomplish

verb as in reduce

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I was writing Lorrie Moore knock-off short stories before I switched to nonfiction.

It was a “knock-off of the knock-off,” Ford said, turning a sixty dollar t-shirt into a six-thousand-dollar sequined number.

The ends of this lever are attached by means of reach-rods to the knock-off cams, this being shown more clearly in Fig. 22.

Then Sam sternly ordered him to “knock-off” and make ready for the journey.

He knew something of this cartoon, mostly because of all the knock-off merch for sale in the market stalls in front of the ride.

I was pleased to climb aboard the Bonadventure with both, after passing through the knock-off rush from the docks.

He was on wages and had no right to knock-off for social receptions unless his commander gave him permission.


On this page you'll find 272 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to knock-off, such as: depiction, effigy, facsimile, image, photograph, and portrait.

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