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knock

(nok),
1. Colloquialism for a blow, especially a blow to the head.
2. A sound simulating that of a blow or rap.
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They were really enjoying themselves, dancing on the tables, singing and knocking back plenty of drinks," the source added.
Lampard and Wayne Rooney soon led the way at the bar knocking back vodka cocktails and sambuca before dancing to a set played by DJ Spoony.
We intended to write our own captions for this epic Thrasher article, The Lizard of Oz, while knocking back brewskies and shooting pool .
Our spy inside tells us the band had a great time knocking back vodkas with orange juice.
But while the rest of us will be knocking back the anti-histamines one will be suffering more than most.
BOOKMAKER Paddy Power could have risked falling foul of Sven Goran Eriksson, Sir Bobby Robson and Sir Steve Redgrave yesterday after knocking back the bets of one of the world's most powerful sports agents, writes Graham Green.
Authorities reported two minor injuries, one to a hand crew member who suffered a cut to a finger Friday while knocking back brush with a chain saw.
His performance actually plays like a party: Outfitted in a tux and high-top-sneaker tap shoes, Nadler is the high-energy host, leaving the piano to bounce from table to table and belt out show tunes, pastiche numbers, and requests--all while knocking back martinis with the diners.