Did you feel Archer needed to, in the words of Emeril, kick it up a notch?
And online cat videos continue to notch millions and millions of views.
“It was a way of bringing DiMaio down a notch,” Ferwerda said.
When the climber and surfer became a father, his culinary skills were a notch above “pasta boiler.”
Enter BRB, a brand-new app that is attempting to notch a victory in the long battle against FOMO.
A board, which was fixed in the pit about half way down, covered it in with the exception of a notch at its border.
Next we get a stake, cut a notch in it, and drive it into the ground—so.
Of the last mentioned there are three, shown by the notch, colored black at their extremities.
There was no notch in the framing that had not been made and pinned with an exact precision.
A dark pine hill at the end of this pass is the signal of the traveller's approach to the notch.
1590s, from notch (n.). Earlier verb (before misdivision) was Middle English ochen "to cut, slash" (c.1400). Related: Notched; notching.
An indentation at the edge of a structure; an incisure.
An upstroke or peak on a pulse tracing.
[first sense fr use of the term in cricket, and influenced by the cowboy tradition of filing a notch in the handle of one's pistol for each man killed]