How To Use Knocker In A Sentence

  • I have a feeling Napoleon might be bringing you all kinds of knickers oops I just typed 'knockers' by accident! luck. I hardly know where to begin with this one
  • Stepping resolutely forward, the red-head lifted the heavy brass knocker.
  • Brighton lifted the brass knocker on the door, and let it drop.
  • Breaking bells, twisting knockers, and "knapping" rail-heads, has descended so low of late that the fast fellows are ashamed of it, and have resigned it to the medical students, patriotic young members of Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 53, No. 327, January, 1843
  • He looked gloomily at the small smudged garden, the dash of bright paint on a trellis, the net curtains and the fancy door-knocker. IN REMEMBRANCE OF ROSE
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  • It took Obama, a seasoned community organizer, serious church-goer, and card-carrying member of the digital age, to seize on technology as the 21st Century door-knocker and the World Wide Web as the new political pulpit. Aimee Liu: Obamerica's Digital Congregation
  • Scrooge sits before the fire in his dressing gown and nightcap thinking of the way that the doorknocker changed form.
  • The critics and the knockers were out in force to quickly write off their chances.
  • But the knockers were silenced when Wigan claimed their first piece of silverware in four years, thanks to a 21-12 success over their bitter rivals.
  • Just like prospective employers looking for chicks flashing their knockers while arseholed on cheap booze. AdScam/The Horror!
  • the knocker thudded against the front door
  • That is the policy of the knockers and the naggers.
  • There are plenty of knockers and naggers over there.
  • The door knocker was a female figure in brass.
  • Mr. Fenty, a prodigious door-knocker when he won office in 2006, has managed to anger significant swathes of the electorate through what voters see as an aloof, arrogant style. Washington Mayor in Hard Fight to Keep Job
  • A self-acting knocker gives a treble knock -- door is opened by a A Dialogue for the Year 2130
  • Such a scenario is meat and drink to the increasing band of media knockers seemingly intent on dismissing Bolton's chances of avoiding the drop.
  • a burnished brass knocker
  • Can you imagine a knocker winning anything?
  • The door-knocker sounded, I opened the door, and there he was. TIME OF THE WOLF
  • Instead of cold marble porches, with close-locked doors and brass knockers, he sees the doors hospitably open; the worthy burgher smoking his pipe on the old-fashioned stoop in front, with his "vrouw" knitting beside him; and the cat and her kittens at their feet sleeping in the sunshine. Wolfert's Roost and Miscellanies
  • On stage they sport the looks from their heyday, including door-knocker earrings and custom varsity jackets. ...And You Don't Stop
  • I didn't care to hear about Cardigan - the mention of the name was enough to set my jealous bile working, for it reminded me that my darling Elspeth wasn't always the dutiful and loving wife she pretended to be, and heaven knew how many randified admirers had been beating our door-knocker in my absence. Fiancée
  • But when she finally gained the front doors, she discovered neither bell nor knocker.
  • The doorknocker for Jasperwood is a commanding annunciator; even a Girl Scout sounds like the Gestapo. Thursday, Jan. 21 – The Bleat.
  • I've been a door-knocker, a phone canvasser and a poll-watcher. Minnesota Ballot High-Jinks: One Man's Story
  • The 10-year-old survived yet another season of calls for his retirement, thwarting his knockers with four victories, which took his career earnings past the £1m mark.
  • He slipped the mask on, stepped up to the front door and rapped the iron knocker. YESTERDAY'S SHADOW
  • Edwin Radford records the expression "dressed up to the knocker," which means dressed in the latest fashion. The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed
  • The diseased palazzos, with their flaking waterfront facades, leonine doorknockers and rusting, shackled iron pylons, are from a bygone era at odds with modernity. Kisa Lala: Venice Biennale: A Temple of Transience By Mike And Doug Starn
  • open the door and see who the knocker is
  • It was gloomy and old-fashioned, having low dark shops and dark green house doors with brass knockers, and yellow-ochred doorsteps projecting on to the pavement; then another old shop whose small window looked like a cunning, half-shut eye. Sons and Lovers
  • Or does this inspire you to similarly tease your hair, slather on a terrifyingly dark shade of lipstick, and hang some door-knockers from your ears? Bizarre 'Gossip Girl' promo shot: 'Dynasty' + weaves = WTF? | EW.com
  • The fiery Welshman has his knockers just like Windass.
  • The band has one guy steady on the traps and two more on pan-knockers, so they can't help but stumble upon the occasional sweet beat.
  • Gielow had an 8-foot uphill knee-knocker in his final hole of regulation, draining the putt to stay 6-under. undefined
  • We have no sympathy with what you call the knockers who are in high places in the Motherland. Australia's Part in the Scheme of Empire
  • The front door was painted a creamy white, and had a bronze knocker entrenched in the center, monogrammed with the house's name.
  • In order to watch M. de Coralth, he had again arrayed himself in his cast-off clothes, and with his blouse and his worn-out shoes, his "knockers" and his glazed cap, he looked the vagabond to perfection. Baron Trigault's Vengeance
  • The knocker hit the door with a loud clang, and the sound reverberated in the hall behind the door.
  • She reached the front door as Piers put his hand up to the knocker. HIDING FROM THE LIGHT
  • Don't forget to take along a plug knocker to retrieve crankbaits that hang up in brushy cover. Tactics for Catching Crappies in Hot Summer Weather
  • He stood glaring at me with a face like a door-knocker. Watershed
  • Transition Year students at the school have been following a course in metalwork and engineering, creating projects such as brass door pulls and doorknockers, and fireside pokers.
  • Someone started to ring the doorbell while someone else was banging the knocker.
  • But it creates new problems fo-r more conservative Democrats in some of the nation's closest contests — those that could tip the balance of power in Congress — who aren't getting millions of dollars worth of TV ads, election mailings and door-knockers from the groups. Unions Shun Unreceptive Candidates
  • Fallon, badly injured in a fall at Royal Ascot last June, resumed riding in Dubai over the winter, but has had his share of knockers since returning to Britain last month.
  • Much work done this week on the house: little things such as caulking seams, getting a new deadbolt, fixing a door or two, finally putting the huge brass gargoyle-y doorknocker I bought a full eight years before the house and never hung because our apartment lease wouldn't permit it on the front door, etc. shows, house, general
  • Harriet, following more slowly, surveyed the solid front door, with its imposing knocker and beautiful fanlight, and longed to get off her bike and go inside. Politics 101
  • He may have his legion of knockers who scoff at his lack of goals compared with his wage packet.
  • The brass door-knocker was in the shape of a fairy. La insistencia de Jürgen Fauth
  • He lifted the heavy knocker and knocked again.
  • Finished coracles are also delivered complete with a handcrafted priest or knocker used to humanely kill caught fish as a reminder that you are purchasing a historical fishing craft rather than a recreational toy.
  • Her husband had been a porter at the palace gates until he was turned into a door knocker by a fairy.
  • Grant's gritty man-of-the-match performance against Crewe on Saturday was the perfect answer to criticism from manager Stan Ternent and the knockers in the Turf Moor stands.
  • Marble was bought for the doorcase, and the door itself was studded with 95 bronze nails, which were gilt, as were also the ring and knocker, and the frame of trellised ironwork (_cancellus_), which hung within the outer door. The Care of Books
  • Once crowded in here, the creatures were prisoned, each in a separate pen, by gates that shut, leaving them no room to turn around; and while they stood bellowing and plunging, over the top of the pen there leaned one of the "knockers," armed with a sledge hammer, and watching for a chance to deal a blow. The Jungle
  • There, you thought I was going to say 'knockers' didn't you? just because I come from Essex ... Jodie Marsh Eats Phil Willis MP for Breakfast
  • Alanis thumped the heavy metal knocker against the door.
  • It was gloomy and old - fashioned, having low dark shops and dark green house doors with brass knockers, and yellow-ochred doorsteps projecting on to the pavement; then another old shop whose small window looked like a cunning, half-shut eye. Sons and Lovers
  • Not the $8 an hour knocker, sticker, bleeder, tail ripper, flanker, gutter, sawer, and plate boner slaughterhouse jobs that even Americans prisoners on work release won't do. What Do Immigration and Religion Have to Do with the Price of Meat? Everything!
  • Men emerge from the truck and knock on the door, with the door-knocker I used to play with as a child. Learning to Die in Miami
  • He pulled on the large block knocker, and smiled to see the mezuzah on the door-post. THE UNORTHODOX MURDER OF RABBI MOSS
  • the salesman pounded the door knocker
  • The ringing of her neighbor knocker set her heart pounding.
  • The "knockers" boo-ed him from their shores and said he was crazy, but history plants his feet on the topmost rung of fame long after the bitter end, when short commons were with him uncommon short. A Fantasy of Mediterranean Travel
  • Beautiful euro student with natural nectareous knockers hirsute crotch and axillary cavities. Flashback: Romney Embraced Ted Kennedy On Health Care
  • So when I say I'm argute, I'm shrewd; an apple-knocker is an ignoramus, lollygagging is laziness, and a toplofty is an arrogant man.
  • What do the Bush detractors and the America knockers say now?
  • You know there are always "knockers," and I knew quite a few. Dave Ranney
  • Instead of having any quiet after the retreat of the ladies, the house was kept in a rattle, and the glasses jingled on the table as the flymen and coachmen plied the knocker, and the soiree came in. A Little Dinner at Timmins’s
  • It is true that when one has driven up the private road, be the same a mere "boreen" or a "shplendid avenue," the bell is found to be broken, the knocker wrenched off, the blinds hauled up awry, and the servants hard to be got at; but the householder is prosperous nevertheless. Disturbed Ireland Being the Letters Written During the Winter of 1880-81.
  • Her main attribute is her massive knockers, but she also has a weird monkey-like companion. MAMEmania: Tengai » Fanboy.com
  • It was just after eight when she arrived at the bookshop, rattling the knocker, clutching at Annie when she opened the door. THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: THE SANGREAL TRILOGY ONE
  • The door knocker was a female figure in brass.
  • Favourites in days gone by included lifting gates off hinges and re-hanging them the wrong way round, tying door-knockers together with string and knocking on doors and running away.
  • Raising his hand to the knocker, Jon surreptitiously crossed his frozen fingers. MIDNIGHT IS A LONELY PLACE
  • By way, too, of further proof that my imagination had awakened, the significance of that knocking at the door set something vibrating within me that most surely had never vibrated before, so that I suddenly realized with what atmosphere of mystical suggestion is the mere act of knocking surrounded -- _knocking at a door_ -- both for him who knocks, wondering what shall be revealed on opening, and for him who stands within, waiting for the summons of the knocker. Masterpieces of Mystery In Four Volumes Mystic-Humorous Stories
  • She walked up to the door and banged the knocker once.
  • She talked about the ones who shoot the cows in the forehead, "knockers" I think she called it. Inside Cargill - knee deep in blood
  • It was a game of good quality and there is no doubt that the persistent Arsenal knockers will once again criticise the result rather than look at the quality of the performance. The speed and simplicity of Arsenal's Jack Wilshere goes unrewarded
  • The blinds of the avenue passed and number nine with its craped knocker, door ajar. Ulysses
  • I don't know for sure because I am just a door-knocker, but the lists we've been given have always just been our own union membership lists. Labor War: Change To Win Hammers AFSCME For "Lying" In "Deplorable" Pro-Hillary Leaflet
  • Briskly determined, she climbed the steps of Number 17. Reaching for the knocker, she froze, her hand in midair. DEVIL'S BRIDE

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