[ UK /nˈæp/ ]
break a small piece off from
chip a tooth
chip the glass
rap him on the knuckles
How To Use knap In A Sentence
- Russian knapweed is a problem in ranges and pastures in the western United States, where it grows up to 4 feet tall and takes over otherwise productive land.
- Common knapweed is like a pretty thistle without prickles. Times, Sunday Times
- At the moment, it is thought either to be a Neolithic axe rough-out or the work of a modern flint knapper.
- THE REDKNAPP FILEBorn 2 March 1947 in Poplar, east London, the only child of Henry Redknapp, a docker, and his wife, Violet. Harry Redknapp: the people's manager | Observer profile
- a cold steel, Laredo bowie, a flint knapping kit with a large novaculite biface and a trained peregrine falcon If you were dropped out of a helicopter in the center of Alaska and could only bring three items besides clothing what would the
- She told me that the reason she fell in love with anthro was because of a flint knapping demonstration by one of her professors. Fort Worth Prairie Fest « A Working Title
- Redknapp was described as a "hard-headed businessman" as the jury of eight men and four women were shown a string of documents and his signature. Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
- While Redknapp's spouse is, indeed, called Louise, the video clip of this incident makes it clear Keys was referring to a different woman with the same forename Andy Gray didn't develop his ideas about women in a vacuum, 27 January, page 10, G2. Corrections and clarifications
- The final whistle was only seconds away when Redknapp equalised.
- The thistles, knapweeds and willowherbs are truer purple, but the bluish nettle-leaved bellflowers and field scabious are also tinged with that mysterious shadow which has more to do with night than golden day. Country diary: Wenlock Edge