Thesaurus / knocked out
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The ball was knocked out of his hand and thrown the other way.

I felt what a brute I must have been, but that kind of brutality has been knocked out of me long ago.

The First ViolinJessie Fothergill

Teeth are knocked out, or filed into prescribed shapes, or blackened.

FolkwaysWilliam Graham Sumner

I believe the name of the man whose brains they knocked out was Carey.

Rather curiously, he did not fall backward, but lurched forward 74 and lay senseless, knocked out in the first round.

The force of the explosion shook one of the stones from the parapet right on to "Smudger's" head, and he was knocked out.

It came on so dark before he was half down the mountain that she was knocked out of the saddle by a branch.

Out of the DepthsRobert Ames Bennet

They were knocked out by direct hits as they nosed their way too slowly forward.

A Company of TanksW. H. L. Watson

It was hard luck for you to be knocked out in such a manner.

It always hurts, though,” she confessed to Graham, “selling such beauties to have them knocked out on the field so quickly.

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