marked by unrelenting violence:
a knock-down-drag-out fight.
Very violent; unrestrained; all-out: They were having a knock-downdrag-out argument when I got there
: Seems the neighbors were having a knockdown-drag-out (1827+)
- Knock down with a feather
see under knock for a loop
[nok] /nɒk/ verb (used without object) 1. to strike a sounding blow with the fist, knuckles, or anything hard, especially on a door, window, or the like, as in seeking admittance, calling attention, or giving a signal: to knock on the door before entering. 2. to strike in collision; bump: He knocked into a table. […]
[nokt-doun] /ˈnɒktˈdaʊn/ adjective 1. composed of parts or units that can be disassembled: knocked-down furniture. 2. Informal. condensed, abridged, simplified, unadorned, etc.: a knocked-down version of a Broadway musical.
[nok-er] /ˈnɒk ər/ noun 1. a person or thing that . 2. a hinged knob, bar, etc., on a door, for use in . 3. Informal. a persistent and carping critic; faultfinder. 4. Slang: Vulgar. a female breast. Idioms 5. on the knocker, British Slang. canvassing or selling door-to-door. /ˈnɒkə/ noun 1. an object, usually […]