adjective \ˈnäk-ˌdan\

of a price : greatly reduced from the original price : extremely low

Full Definition of KNOCKDOWN

:  having such force as to strike down or overwhelm <a bewildering assortment of knockdown arguments — J. W. Krutch>
:  that can easily be assembled or disassembled <a knockdown table>
chiefly British :  extremely low :  reduced <knockdown prices>

Examples of KNOCKDOWN

  1. Now's your chance to buy these items at knockdown prices!

First Known Use of KNOCKDOWN


Rhymes with KNOCKDOWN

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Definition of KNOCKDOWN

:  the action of knocking down
:  something (as a blow) that strikes down or overwhelms
:  something (as a piece of furniture) that can be easily assembled or disassembled

First Known Use of KNOCKDOWN



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