Definition of Nocks

1. Verb. (third-person singular of nock) ¹



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Definition of Nocks

1. nock [v] - See also: nock

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nocks

nociceptive
nociceptive reflex
nociceptor
nociceptors
nocifensive
nocifensor
nocifensor reflex
nocino
nocioception
nociperception
nock
nocked
nocket
nockets
nocking
nocks (current term)
nocodazole
nocosomial
noct-
noctalbuminuria
noctambulation
noctambulations
noctambulism
noctambulist
noctambulists
noctambulo
noctambuloes
noctidial
noctiferous
noctilio

Literary usage of Nocks

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1. Lancaster County Indians: Annals of the Susquehannocks and Other Indian by Henry Frank Eshleman (1909)
"... nocks. In Vol. 15 of the Maryland Arch., p. 384 under the date of June 30, 1681 instructions are given by Maryland to Captain Brandt as follows: "Since ..."

2. Records Relating to the Early History of Boston by Boston (Mass.). Registry Dept (1903)
"... drest & 40 pcs of Breck- nocks. Jux*. Cocq*. Dat. x°. Aug. 1S-S-2. Quod &c: 1. ... nocks ..."

3. The Classical Journal (1828)
"This grain, reduced to powder, and mixed with milk, is the general food of the inhabitants, with cheese, and the flesh of their nocks, which are numerous. ..."

4. A Geographical View of the World: Embracing the Manners, Customs, and by Richard Phillips, James Gates Percival (1826)
"The American ostrich appears in vast nocks in the Andine values, surpassing the African in size and the richness of its plumage ; ami the solitudes of the ..."

5. A Grammar of the Latin Language: For the Use of Schools and Colleges by Ethan Allen Andrews, Solomon Stoddard (1870)
"... OF nocks. 82V INCREMENTS OF THE THIRD DECLENSION. 3. The increments of the third declension and singular number in a and о are long ; those in e, г, и, ..."

6. The History of Scotland, from the Union to the Abolition of the Heritable by John Struthers (1828)
"... nothing to prey upon but a few miserable shepherds, and their solitary nocks, with the wailing hills and the weeping vales over which they wander. ..."

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