knuckle


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Synonyms for knuckle

knuckle down

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Synonyms for knuckle

a joint of a finger when the fist is closed

press or rub with the knuckles

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shoot a marble while keeping one's knuckles on the ground

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References in classic literature ?
He was moving south along a game trail, his calloused soles and knuckles giving forth no sound, when he came upon Dango at the opposite side of a small clearing.
You passed 'em to him, you red-head sneakin' in behind the push there," Martin went on, as he tossed the knuckles into the water.
Now come on and be generous and tell me how you hurt your knuckles.
Boyd Duncan's answer was couched in terms of bunched knuckles, two bunches of them, that landed right and left on Captain Dettmar's face.
I'll pay the damages to office furniture," Duncan answered, and at the same time landing more bunched knuckles on the eyes and nose of Dettmar.
That," Boyd Duncan replied, looking ruefully at his battered knuckles.
Yes, my little man," Slightly anxiously replied, who had chapped knuckles.
He followed up this reproof by rapping every set of knuckles one after the other, and having done so, resumed his seat again with a cheerful countenance.
A TATTOO artist claimed he needed a knuckle duster for protection in the "dodgy underpass" near his home.
The beef then continued after the event on social media with Jemma branding Chanelle the "dregs of Manchester" and declaring "I got knuckle dusters.
A knuckle duster style handbag was confiscated by security staff at Newcastle Airport who deemed the fashionable purse a safety risk.
TWO men witnessed fighting in a street with a saucepan and a knuckle duster fell out over a woman, a court heard.
A MAN wearing a knuckle duster claimed he won it in an arm-wrestling competition with Travellers.
A / No, habitual knuckle popping, or cracking (over the course of several decades) isn't associated with clinical or radiographic evidence of osteoarthritis (strength of recommendation [SOR]: B, retrospective cohort and case control studies).