knuckle

[n] - a joint of a finger when the fist is closed 2. [v] - press or rub with the knuckles 3. [v] - shoot a marble while keeping one`s knuckles on the ground
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Knuckle

A prominence produced by the head of any of the metacarpal bones.
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Knuckle

Knuckle: The dorsal aspect of the flexed metacarpophalangeal joint. Knuckle may be shorter and simpler to say.
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Knuckle

Knuc'kle noun [ Middle English knokel , knokil , Anglo-Saxon cuncel ; akin to Dutch knokkel , OFries. knokele , knokle , German knöchel , Swedish knoge , Danish knokkel , German knochen bone, and perhaps to English knock
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Knuckle

Knuc'kle intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Knuckled ;; present participle & verbal noun Knuckling .] To yield; to submit; -- used with down , to , or under . To knuckle to . (a) To...
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Knuckle

Knuc'kle transitive verb To beat with the knuckles; to pommel. [ R.] Horace Smith.
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knuckle

1. The joint of a finger, particularly when made prominent by the closing of the fingers. ... 2. The kneejoint, or middle joint, of either leg of a quadruped, especially of a calf; formerly used of the kneejoint of a human being. 'With weary knuckles on thy brim she kneeled sadly down.' (Golding) ... 3. The joint of a plant. ... 4. <mechanics>...
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knuckle

knuckle joint noun a joint of a finger when the fist is closed
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knuckle

verb press or rub with the knuckles
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knuckle

(nuk´әl) the dorsal aspect of any interphalangeal joint, or any similarly bent structure.
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Knuckle

• (n.) The joint of a plant. • (n.) A contrivance, usually of brass or iron, and furnished with points, worn to protect the hand, to add force to a blow, and to disfigure the person struck; as, brass knuckles; -- called also knuckle duster. • (n.) The joining pars of a hinge through which the pin or rivet passes; a knuckle joint. &bu...
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Knuckle

Knuckle is slang for to hit, beat up.
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Knuckle

Knuckle is slang for to hit, beat up.
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knuckle

Type: Term Pronunciation: nŭk′ĕl Definitions: 1. A joint of a finger when the fist is closed, especially a metacarpophalangeal joint. 2. A kink or loop of intestine, as in a hernia.
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Knuckle

The top of the bole on a pollard. The point where branches have been repeatedly cut back which has become swollen.
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Knuckle

[disambiguation] A knuckle is a joint on the hand. Knuckle or knuckles may also refer to: ==Entertainment== ==Sports== ==Other uses== ...
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Knuckle

The knuckles are the joints of the fingers which are brought into prominence when the hand is clenched and a fist is made. The physical mechanism behind the popping or cracking sound heard when cracking joints such as knuckles is still uncertain, although it is widely believed to be caused by synovial fluid filling the vacuum left by the joint`s ....
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Knuckle

The curved, forward end of the bar of a break-open firearm's action, about which the mounted forend iron revolves downward. This area should be kept lightly greased to avoid galling the bearing surfaces.
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Knuckle

The part of the hinge containing the pin or pivot.
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