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
Crimped purses of sheet pasta held a few hard little knobs of lobster, all of it in a robust herb cream sauce.
Cars will have ethics knobs, with settings that vary from minimizing overall harm in a crash to saving the occupants at any cost.
Toys with knobs, switches, and doors or drawers that open and close are good options to keep their hands busy.
When early pillow buyers said the knob on the pillow's roll was too hard to sleep on and difficult to turn, the company fixed the problems, Sokol said.
Control is fairly simple, with a knob for volume and another for tuning.
Television replays appeared to show the ball hit the knob of Chisenhall’s bat and into catcher Gary Sanchez for what should have an inning-ending strikeout.
Combine 1 large knob of fresh ginger and 8 garlic cloves in a food processor, or go medieval and smash in a mortar and pestle.
Joining the Revue was part of a resurgence of sorts for Funderburgh who, after over 35 years of turning amp knobs, took a sudden musical hiatus that stretched to seven years.
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Origin and Etymology of knob
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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