/ (nækd) /
adjective British slang
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Word Origin for knacked
C20: from knackered
Words nearby knacked
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Example sentences from the Web for knacked
Imagine the grey wilderness of stone and rubble, of old workings and knacked bals.Nooks and Corners of Cornwall|C. A. Dawson Scott
He passed me by that close I cou'd ha' knacked 'n over wi' a stick, but he didn' see me more'n ef I'd a'been a pisky-man.The Astonishing History of Troy Town|Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch