Definition of Knacks

1. Noun. (plural of knack) ¹



2. Verb. (third-person singular of knack) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Knacks

1. knack [v] - See also: knack

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Knacks

knabs
knack
knack-kneed
knacked
knacker
knacker's yard
knackered
knackeries
knackering
knackery
knackier
knackiest
knacking
knackish
knacks (current term)
knackwurst
knackwursts
knacky
knag
knagged
knaggie
knaggier
knaggies
knaggiest
knagging
knaggy
knags
knaidel
knaidels

Literary usage of Knacks

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1. A Dictionary of English Etymology by Hensleigh Wedgwood (1862)
"K"nick-knacks, trickery, gesticulation, articles of small value for show and ... But if ye use these knick-knacks, This fast and loose with faithful men and ..."

2. Dictionary of Obsolete and Provincial English: Containing Words from the by Thomas Wright (1904)
"Tiie smallest pig in • Then her boxes of peeter, and patches, and all her ornamental knacks and dresses she was wont every day to wast во much time about. ..."

3. Indian Wars of New England by Herbert Milton Sylvester (1910)
"... was also by it a little Bow, about three quarters long and some other odd knacks; we brought sundry of the ..."

4. The Old Régime: Courts, Salons, and Theatres by Catherine Charlotte Jackson (1880)
"Madame de Graffigny.—The Duchesse de Richelieu.—A Deathbed Scene.—An Affectionate Husband.—A Visit to the Chateau de Cirey.—Knick-knacks and Objets d'Art.— ..."

5. The Old Régime: Court, Salons, and Theatres by Catherine Charlotte Jackson (1880)
"Madame de Graffigny.—The Duchesse de Richelieu.—A Deathbed Scene.—An Affectionate Husband.—A Visit to the Chateau de Cirey.—Knick-knacks and Objets d'Art.— ..."

6. The House and Home: A Practical Book by Lyman Abbott (1896)
"Large vases hold exotics from her greenhouse, for the light and sunny warmth makes it an ad- Books and knick-knacks close at hand. mirable adjunct to the ..."

7. Credits and Collections by Edward M. Skinner, Horace Elliot Kramer (1916)
"INDUCEMENTS—knacks—TRICKS Aside from cash discounts, which have served their intent; viz., the elimination of time for a money consideration, ..."

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