knocked out

ADJECTIVE
  1. knocked unconscious by a heavy blow
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How To Use knocked out In A Sentence

  • All wrongs in the world can be fixed by an afternoon snooze - I went to sleep and woke up thinking that England had been knocked out of the world cup by Wales in the semi final.
  • Yet he still shudders when he recalls the incident which knocked out THREE front teeth and fractured his jaw. The Sun
  • MOSCOW AP -- Denis Lebedev knocked out Roy Jones Jr. in the final round of their non-title cruiserweight fight in Moscow on Saturday, handing the American his third consecutive defeat. SI.com
  • I found it on some cut-rate dance compilation borrowed from a friend, and was knocked out like I'd been hit in the gut while playing dodgeball.
  • The operators of two nuclear-power plants in the northern prefecture of Aomori said they were running on emergency diesel power after the quake knocked out external power, but by Friday morning, all operations were normal and external power had been restored. Powerful New Quake Rattles Battered Region
  • Our bombers have knocked out the mobile launchers.
  • The British had knocked out radio communications but a mobile transmitter had announced, referring to the General Assembly resolution, that sixty-four nations were supporting the Egyptians.36 Eisenhower 1956
  • The air was knocked out of him and as his father began choking him, Dante struggled to breath and get his father off of him at the same time.
  • (which they didn't do because my skin was so sore - but i still got knocked out) they did more swobs. WN.com - Articles related to Scientists uncover mysterious workings of cholera bacteria
  • In 1999, a software bug knocked out a nationwide paging system for a day.
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