knocked-down

[ nokt-doun ]
/ ˈnɒktˈdaʊn /

adjective

composed of parts or units that can be disassembled: knocked-down furniture.
Informal. condensed, abridged, simplified, unadorned, etc.: a knocked-down version of a Broadway musical.

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Origin of knocked-down

First recorded in 1770–80
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Example sentences from the Web for knocked-down

  • So we're getting a pilot plant: eggs, incubator, and a knocked-down broiler battery so we can try the idea out.

    The Lani People|J. F. Bone
  • A dozen of the crew put the knocked-down boats together on the beach.

    Adventure|Jack London