Knut

[ US /ˈknət/ ]
NOUN
  1. king of Denmark and Norway who forced Edmund II to divide England with him; on the death of Edmund II, Canute became king of all England (994-1035)
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How To Use Knut In A Sentence

  • With titanium bolts, the locknuts are plated with rhodium or silver to prevent galling and seizing of the nut to the bolt.
  • Also Clay, that locknut is used to, I was told set the head spacing for the rifle. Savagery in South Dakota
  • Happily for her readers, Knuth isn't afraid to laugh, sharing her God stories in breezy, eloquent prose with ample self-deprecation and great humor. Cathleen Falsani: Thrift Store Saints: Tales of a Second-Hand Savior
  • Odd-Knut had a Viking shock of blond hair, but little other resemblance to the Hollywood Norseman.
  • Now that Knut is too old to be cute that way anymore, it’s good to have an even more exotic replacement! Baby Panda Cam : #comments
  • Elizabeth Gaskell was brought up by her aunt in Knutsford, Cheshire (the original of ‘Cranford’ and of ‘Hollingford’ in Wives and Daughters).
  • And the "flappers" and the "knuts" -- they seem never to tire of seeing each other pass and re-pass for a solid hour on end! Over the Fireside with Silent Friends
  • You must have heard of the Berlin zoo's star cute little baby polar bear KNUT it.
  • Once the drain is correctly in position, tighten the locknut with a wrench.
  • So I thought I'd give them a little pimpage, seeing as the first track from the album, "Knut" is up on YouTube. The Unwinding Hours
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