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
Recent Examples of knack from the Web
Bunning evidently also had a knack for the card game bridge.
The 11th pick might be a little early for Jackson, but the Hornets should certainly give him a look, as a guy with length (6-11 wingspan), experience (two runs to the national championship game) and a knack for scoring.
Mets Manager Terry Collins has a knack for taking a sport as complex and volatile as baseball and reducing it to its simplest form.
The first-time director has a knack for finding the bizarre and otherworldly in mundane, everyday imagery.
Gardega has a knack for creating art that grabs headlines.
In particular, Markle, who attended her first public event with Harry this month, has already demonstrated a knack for selecting American, British and Canadian brands appropriate to her location.
In recent episodes, Maggie has had to stand up to the Gregory, the bumbling leader of the peaceful Hilltop commune (played by Xander Berkeley as a kind of post-doomsday Michael Scott, with a knack for making Cohan crack up during takes).
But bacteria have a knack for evading these roadblocks, so researchers are now looking to use the little critters to make drugs inside your body or nudge your immune system.
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Origin and Etymology of knack
Middle English knak
First Known Use: 14th century
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
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