knockout

[ nok-out ]SEE DEFINITION OF knockout

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KNOCKOUT

There's a knockout comin' to the best of 'em, if they hang to the game long enough.

It was the seventeen-course night dinners and the foreign cooking that gave him the knockout.

If Jim has told you that I gave him a knockout to win the race, it's a lie, Pen!

It's a blow below the belt, but it's a knockout for the moment.

Those who had charge of the boxing never let a bout go to a knockout.

So far nobody wants to try for a knockout and go whoosh with the ICBM.

After that he would tell a joke and then wait; he was a knockout.

Now the dark man stepped in, fist cocked for a knockout punch.

We can control them well enough with knockout gas and shackles.

That was harder than any knockout, and it seemed almost impossible to face.

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