Examples of knockoff in a Sentence
That purse is a knockoff.
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This episode is like if Hot Topic decided to get into producing original content and tried for an X-Men knockoff.
As for the rest of us, even knockoffs look expensive.
This week in Wenzhou, China, a brick-and-mortar location opened to the public, selling knockoff versions of the ever-popular Yeezy Adidas Boost shoes.
And knockoffs of higher-end brands are made with plastic components.
Some luggage shops sell little else, and some vendors sell knockoffs emblazoned with unauthorized commercial logos such as Nike , Apple, Samsung and Jeep.
Estée might issue a takedown of hundreds of websites and see a marked downturn in knockoffs for a brief period.
The coat's already sparked plenty of knockoffs around the Web, but guys who want the genuine article shouldn't give up hope: The crew made about 15 jackets for the film, to account for stunt doubles and inevitable damage.
What could have been a smart and incisive look at Hollywood is instead a sluggish, shallow and often sexist knockoff of Entourage.
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First Known Use of knockoff
Definition of knock off
- knocked off one painting after another
- knocked off a little to make the price more attractive
- knocked off two men … on mercenary grounds
- —Lewis Baker
- knocked off a couple of banks
Examples of knock off in a Sentence
decided it was time to knock off telling fantastic fibs about her family background
a proposal to knock 10 cents off the gasoline tax
Recent Examples of knock off from the Web
The Wolves are ninth but could sneak in by knocking off Milford on Friday.
If 2017’s slow slide of senatorial approval ratings continues into 2018, the landscape could well become more competitive, though again, Republican odds of knocking off Democratic incumbents might be undermined by the president’s low ratings.
Republicans are staggering, knocked off kilter by internecine conflict between President Trump and his own party in Congress.
Two longtime proposed road projects narrowly avoided being knocked off the draft 2017 Ramona Community Planning Group's road project priority list — at least for now, as overall approval was tabled by the group.
Diane offers a reassuring example to any executive who experiences gnawing anxiety about the possibility of someday being knocked off their perch—and a great reminder of why your very best hires may be people who are former bosses themselves.
After getting knocked off its feet last week, South Park is crawling again, picking up the pieces of its serialized season and finding a way to deal with the president this country has elected for the next four years.
After knocking off Tennessee last Saturday, Mark Stoops has his Kentucky squad at 6-2 with multiple good opportunities to add to that win total.
Bannon looks to knock off some of McConnell’s most reliable supporters in the Senate.
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knock off Synonyms
Synonymsbreak, break off, break up, can [slang], cease, cut off, cut out, desist (from), discontinue, drop, end, give over, halt, stop, lay off, leave off, pack (up or in), quit, shut off
Antonymscarry on, continue, keep, keep up, maintain
Related Wordscomplete, conclude, finish; close (down); deactivate; block, blockade, dam, delay, detain, hinder, hold, hold back, impede, kibosh, obstruct, stem; call, suspend; arrest, brake, check, clamp down, rein (in), squash, squelch, stamp, stanch (or staunch), stunt, suppress, turn back; pause, stay, suspend; abolish, abort, annul, demolish, destroy, dissolve, kill, ruin, scuttle, snuff
Near Antonymscarry on, continue, follow through (with), keep up, run on; advance, proceed, progress; actuate, drive, impel, propel, stir
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