Examples of knockoff in a Sentence
That purse is a knockoff.
Recent Examples of knockoff from the Web
But the coin incited a surge of interest in challenge coins like nothing that collectors could recall, spawning a host of knockoffs and creating an opportunity for a private company based in central Pennsylvania, the White House Gift Shop.
In its early seasons the show was little more than a weekly advertisement for the Marvel films, a cheap knockoff of CSI with casual references to Thor.
Others contend that knockoffs are bad for the industry on whole, not just small designers.
A few years ago, Lapeyre noticed knockoffs of his machines being used by former customers.
Federal authorities say a Baltimore County made tens of millions of dollars peddling knockoff Xanax pills through the secret corner of the internet known as the dark web.
Audience members will gather in a refurbished area in Universal’s Central Park knockoff that can accommodate up to 6,500 people with tiered viewing.
The style has sold out tens of times on Le Specs’s site and spawned a cottage industry of knockoffs.
In the early 1980s, the Cayre brothers started Good Times Entertainment, which distributed VHS copies of Jane Fonda exercise tapes, knockoff Disney movies, and other videos whose copyrights were in the public domain.
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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
And even though Croatia and England should ultimately get out, neither is knocking off a giant in the knockout rounds.
But one of the turtles, Mack, burps and Yertle’s knocked off his throne, leaving Mack as the new king.
But on Sunday night, Russia knocked off Spain in an almost unfathomable upset, and is now among the final eight teams.
Over the course of the entire year, only one Democratic incumbent has been knocked off.
Cy Ranch knocked off Cy-Fair for its third state berth in seven years.
While underdogs, Iceland knocked off powerhouse England a few years ago to reach the European Championship quarterfinals.
Darwin, for example, would beaver away for three or four hours in the morning, then knock off for the afternoon, maybe take a long stroll, write some letters, and top it off with a nap.
Jones knocked off fellow Central Florida school Harmony of Osceola County in the quarterfinals 29-13.
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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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