Examples of knockoff in a Sentence
That purse is a knockoff.
Recent Examples of knockoff from the Web
The second bedroom was converted into their office and is furnished with Raymond Loewy knockoffs, which include two bureaus, a night table, and desk, all in provoking lime green.
Topics covered in the humorous-but-painfully-relevant encyclopedia include knockoff handbags, chemtrails and false-flag operations.
With the entire war wrapped up by the end of the first movie, the second movie just features Hawkeye back on Earth, getting into petty slap-fights with Justin Hammer in another malfunctioning knockoff Iron Man suit.
The most recognizable portrait is that of Faith Frank, a women’s libber and magazine editor–in other words, a Gloria Steinem knockoff.
Despite the weird mismatch of style knockoffs — art deco, colonial, and classical — the ensemble has done wonders for Vine Street, reestablishing it as a walkable street from Logan Square to 16th.
Europol says most knockoffs come from China, which questioned those findings.
It was published March 14, shortly after Hawking died, and was shared nearly 15,000 times over the subsequent week, not counting fake news stories and knockoff tweets.
Now that framing is not gone, but much diminished, as many earlier knockoffs have failed to produce lasting value.
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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
After knocking off the Philadelphia 76ers in Round 2, the Celtics are riding high on confidence as players like Jaylen Brown, Marcus Smart and Terry Rozier have blossomed in the postseason.
The young Winnipeg Jets have grown up fast this postseason, so quickly that now they are headed to the first Western Conference final in their short history after knocking off the NHL's best team in the regular season.
One by one, key players were knocked off the Giants’ roster due to injuries.
Midlothian Heritage 3, Kennedale 1: The Jaguars will join Castleberry after knocking off the three-time regional finalist and two-time state champ Wildcats.
Both Murphy and Crist face potentially competitive reelection bids this year after knocking off Republican incumbents in 2016.
Michigan celebrates with the West Region championship trophy, after knocking off Florida State, 58-54, on Saturday, March 24 in Los Angeles to advance to the Final Four.
The 3-seed Red Raiders got to the regional semifinal after knocking off 14-seed Stephen F. Austin 70-60 in the first round and then holding off 6-seed Florida 66-63 in the second round.
Look for Lincoln, which has embraced its underdog role after knocking off Catholic League champion Roman Catholic in the district title game, to advance.
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KNOCKOFF Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of knockoff for English Language Learners
: a cheap or inferior copy of something
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