verb (used with object), knobbed, knob·bing.
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Origin of knob
OTHER WORDS FROM knobknoblike, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH knobknob , nob
Example sentences from the Web for knob
Honda had to backpedal and put volume knobs back into their cars.Ford’s electric Mustang Mach-E is an important leap into the future|Dan Carney|February 12, 2021|Popular Science
That said, my philosophy is that if the pan is in the lowest third of the oven, you might as well just crank the knob to 350 or 400 degrees and leave the direct-heat cooking for another time.
The giant knob for setting one of the seven browning levels is an eye-catching red, and the extra-wide slots can accommodate anything from sliced bread to bagels.Best toaster: Get perfectly golden slices every time|PopSci Commerce Team|February 10, 2021|Popular Science
By adjusting their hormonal knobs, the team was able to dial in lignin production.No Trees Harmed: MIT Aims to One Day Grow Your Kitchen Table in a Lab|Jason Dorrier|January 24, 2021|Singularity Hub
Gail trailed him through the house with Microban, spraying the knobs and light switches.For Years, JaMarcus Crews Tried to Get a New Kidney, but Corporate Healthcare Stood in the Way|by Lizzie Presser|December 15, 2020|ProPublica
They were helmeted and in bullet-proofs; one of them had an auto-rifle, and the rest carried knobbed plastic truncheons.Space Viking|Henry Beam Piper
Then the knobbed limbs snapped the white metal tube to a level position.
Then I saw him reaching with a knobbed claw for a slender silver tube slung to his harness.
There can be little doubt that their knobbed condition implies that they are undergoing a rapid division.
When there are several such projections the nucleus acquires a peculiar knobbed figure.