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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.
References in classic literature ?
If we was to put in another night this way we'd have to knock off for a week to let our hands get well -- couldn't touch a case-knife with them sooner.
Just over a year ago that Dave the owner Saddleback Leather released a video entitled How to Knock Off a Saddleback Bag, that amassed nearly 500k views, in which the owner of and designer for the 10 year old company spoke out with humorous but often harsh words against what he sees as thieves and opportunists.
The result is a small riser neck with a breaker edge designed to knock off easily for better casting cleaning.
Who Wants to be a Killionaire" is a fantastic knock off of the once famous game show, and "Mother's Haunted Housecoat" was in short, twisted.