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knack a natural talent; ability with ease.
knapsack a bag worn on the back to carry things. A knapsack is often made of leather, canvas, or nylon.
knead to mix by pressing, folding, and pulling. [2 definitions]
knee the joint between the upper and lower parts of a human leg. [3 definitions]
kneecap the flat, round bone in front of the knee.
kneel to rest on the knee or knees.
knelt past tense and past participle of kneel.
knew past tense of know.
knickknack a small object used to decorate.
knife a tool with a handle and a thin, sharp blade, used for cutting. [2 definitions]
knight a soldier on horseback in the Middle Ages. A knight had to serve as an apprentice and follow many rules. [4 definitions]
knighthood the position held by a knight.
knit to make by joining together loops of yarn by hand with long needles or by machine. [4 definitions]
knives plural of knife.
knob a rounded piece on a door or drawer; a switch on a machine.
knock to rap, pound, or hit something, such as a door. [6 definitions]
knock down to make a person or object that had been standing fall to the ground.
knocker a metal piece with a hinge that is attached to the outside of a door. A knocker is used to call for those inside.
knoll a small rounded rise of land; hill.
knot1 a tying together of material such as rope, string, or yarn that is used to fasten. [6 definitions]
knothole a hole in a piece of lumber from which a knot has come out.