Examples of knob in a Sentence
a carved walking stick with a silver knob
toss a knob of butter into the frying pan
Recent Examples of knob from the Web
There are almost no physical knobs or switches or dials inside the Velar.
The tow plane goes as high as the glider pilot wants, and then the glider pilot pulls a release knob in the cockpit and the tow rope falls away from the glider.
Replace standard wooden or metal cabinet knobs and drawer pulls with fun plastic or acrylic ones. 2. Lay a vibrant area rug in front of the sink.
But on Friday night, Girardi said, Weber was not immediately provided with the same slow-motion replay that TV viewers saw, which showed the ball hitting the knob of Chisenhall’s bat and deflecting into the glove of Sanchez.
Lawrence explained that even though his door does in fact swing in, his knob doesn't turn up, and others soon realized that the picture could have been taken by the maintenance guy or staged after the fact.
While the panel was retired from use in the 1990s, there is still some live knob-and-tube wiring used in the mansion, Roy said.
Righty Alex Wilson hit Jose Abreu on the hand and though Ausmus felt the pitch hit Abreu’s bat knob, video review confirmed the call.
The wheel stopped on the red knob between the 90 and the 5, the difference between nothing and an another $10,000.
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Origin and Etymology of knob
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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