verb (used with object)
to work (dough, clay, etc.) into a uniform mixture by pressing, folding, and stretching.
to manipulate by similar movements, as the body in a massage.
to make by kneading:
to knead bread.
to make kneading movements with:
She kneaded her fist into her palm.
to work and press (a soft substance, such as bread dough) into a uniform mixture with the hands
to squeeze, massage, or press with the hands
to make by kneading
Old English cnedan “to knead,” from Proto-Germanic *knedanan (cf. Old Saxon knedan, Middle Dutch cneden, Dutch kneden, Old High German knetan, German kneten, Old Norse knoða “to knead”). Originally a strong verb (past tense cnæd, past participle cneden).
to prepare dough in the process of baking (Gen. 18:6; 1 Sam. 28:24; Hos. 7:4).
noun 1. . [buht-er-peyst] /ˈbʌt ərˌpeɪst/ noun 1. a mixture of flour and kneaded together, used as a thickening for sauces.
the vessel in which the dough, after being mixed and leavened, was left to swell or ferment (Ex. 8:3; 12:34; Deut. 28:5, 7). The dough in the vessels at the time of the Exodus was still unleavened, because the people were compelled to withdraw in haste.
- Knebworth house
/ˈnɛbwɜːθ/ noun 1. a Tudor mansion in Knebworth in Hertfordshire: home of Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton; decorated (1843) in the Gothic style
noun 1. Automotive. a form of suspension for the front wheels of a vehicle permitting each wheel to rise and fall independently of the other. 2. limited and temporary bending at a joint provided to relieve a structure or machine part under stress.