Examples of knack in a Sentence
she's tried every knack in Cupid's book to get her guy to marry her
a jazz musician with an incredible knack for improvisation
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Serving as a melting pot for punk, grunge, and alternative rock, indie music brings its own distinctive breed of sound that has a knack for surprising and delighting listeners.
With his scruffy good looks and knack for playing characters with a hidden agenda, Penn is probably the best choice to play Joe.
Shan’s knack for complex deals continued with Yingde.
Mega-producer Shonda Rhimes' ability to pick up exquisite real estate is almost equally as impressive as her knack for churning out TV gold.
STRENGTHS: White has a knack for scoring and the potential to play either guard spot at the next level.
Like King, Trump has a knack for expressing shocking sentiments that others may recoil from, Shapiro told me.
Rabe, records Jon Harrison for Michigan State University, had a knack for this kind of branding.
Jones has a knack for digging up the obscure and the esoteric and presenting it in a relatable way.
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Origin and Etymology of knack
Middle English knak
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
Synonym Discussion of knack
KNACK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of knack for English Language Learners
: an ability, talent, or special skill needed to do something
KNACK Defined for Kids
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