browse search

Dictionary Suite
A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z
knotted tied in or made with knots. [3 definitions]
knotty difficult to understand or solve; complex; intricate. [2 definitions]
knotty pine pine wood with many knots, used esp. for paneling and furniture.
knout a leather whip formerly used to flog criminals or or other captives. [2 definitions]
knouter someone who beats criminals or captives with a leather whip, or knout.
know perceive directly or be aware of something through learning or observation. [7 definitions]
knowable capable of being understood or known.
know by sight to be able to recognize (someone) by their physical appearance but not have any further acquaintance.
know-how (informal) the specialized knowledge needed to perform a certain task.
knowing having knowledge or understanding. [4 definitions]
know-it-all (informal) a person who acts as if he or she knows almost everything.
knowledge familiarity, awareness, or understanding. [4 definitions]
knowledgeable having knowledge; informed.
known past participle of know. [3 definitions]
know-nothing an uninformed, ignorant person; ignoramus. [2 definitions]
known quantity (informal) a person, thing, attribute, or the like that is considered to be familiar or accepted. [2 definitions]
know of to be aware of; have heard about.
know the ropes (informal) to be or become acquainted with the techniques or procedures pertinent to a particular situation, organization, or the like.
know which side one's bread is buttered on to be very aware of what is advantageous to one.
knuckle any of the rounded joints of a finger, esp. the joint that connects the finger to the hand. [4 definitions]
knuckle ball in baseball, a slow pitch thrown with the knuckles or tips of two or three fingers pressed against the ball, causing it to waver and jump; knuckler.