[ US /ˈnɑk/ ]
[ UK /nˈɒk/ ]
  1. make small marks into the surface of
    score the clay before firing it
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How To Use nock In A Sentence

  • But they want it knocked back into a field of muck and dirt. Times, Sunday Times
  • He nearly knocked over a couple of pop fans en route. The Sun
  • Diving underweighted can lead to buoyant ascents at the end of the dive, so I am not advocating that everyone knocks a couple of kilos off the next time they dive.
  • The ceiling he had just plastered fell in and knocked him off his ladder.
  • Ray was knocking them down one by one, unlike his tragic ancestor who only knocked himself down.
  • Even if the knock is not severe enough to cause the skull to fracture, the brain bangs against the skull and can be damaged.
  • knocked silly by the impact
  • She said if the Watson Bill was passed she stood to lose her job and tied house at a livery yard at Craigie, near Kilmarnock.
  • Ms Waterman says asbestos entered their flat through a hole which builders knocked in their wall.
  • My son caught it by knocking it off the car with a twig, then coaxing it on to a piece of card, and then putting it in a jam jar.
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