knuckle

[ nuhk-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF knuckle

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KNUCKLE

Also with knuckle of veal, and with calf's head boiled plain.

He now presented his knuckle to the key and received a strong spark.

A knuckle requires more boiling in proportion to its weight, than any other joint, to render the gristle soft and tender.

Yes, he wants me to strengthen a knuckle—he's spoken considerable about it.

He figured me out as the prodigal son, and wa'n't goin' to knuckle.

She touched her lips with the knuckle of a finger, in a mood reflective.

Meanwhile, put aside all that idea and knuckle down and help.

I get wore out lots of times and knuckle down, but Dr. Hugh won't.

Well, my good times are over, and I'll have to knuckle down to work now.

Where it is desired to have the knuckle project as little as possible.

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