You cannot kneecap a statistic, though you can sometimes make it limp.
Gillibrand exclaims, punctuating her eruption with a brisk swat to my kneecap.
My muddy shoe slipped, and I banged my kneecap on a fence rail, clinging for dear life.
At the same time, Tea Partyers are fending off Republican attempts to “kneecap” the movement as a whole, says Carender.
They caught him up, and when at close range fired on him and wounded him in the knee, smashing the kneecap.
The trappers entertain a superstitious notion, which leads them to remove a kneecap from each beaver and throw it into the fire.
As well as I could make out, the kneecap seemed turned up on edge in the midst of the swelling.
In the action I saw that his leg pained him, for he bent it suddenly and put his hand on the kneecap.
His elevation above the valley was about the kneecap of the Generoso.
The sun crept up his leg and his kneecap began to prickle pleasantly under the linen trousers.
kneecap knee·cap (nē'kāp')