Examples of knockoff in a Sentence
That purse is a knockoff.
Recent Examples of knockoff from the Web
An Italian company called Bio-On, meanwhile, makes Lego knockoffs out of polyhydroxyalkanoates, or PHA, a polymer developed from a bacterial strain.
The patent has also since expired, giving birth to a bevy of cheaper but still clicky knockoffs.
At least five different counterfeits have popped up on Amazon's site in the last month, selling knockoffs of Elevation Lab's Anchor headphone hook, according to Hopkins.
Many e-tailers (usually out of China) sell knockoff gowns but that's a really risky choice.
Meanwhile the boy's parents (Regina King and Russell Hornsby) search for solace and for answers and his uncle (Zackary Momoh) finds himself in a third-rate knockoff of The Wire after returning home from military service.
Police charged the owner of the Artcify print shop in Hialeah with producing knockoff designer gear.
Local news showed photos of the fake gun — an exact knockoff of a sidearm made in the Czech Republic — and a mug shot of a stoic Hayes.
Williamsburg, real or knockoff, was a popular in those days, says Kovel.
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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 defending Class 3A state champ and No.
Maybe a few thousand bucks are knocked off next season's tickets?
Mayer has been a Division 2 individual state runner-up twice — losing both by one point each — and last season led the Titans to a team runner-up finish when they were knocked off by four-time defending team champion, Lowell.
The Spartans made an appearance in the 2015 championship game, only to be knocked off by Warren Easton.
She was knocked off balance before crashing face-first into the boards, snapping her head back.
Up to speed: The 2.4-liter four-cylinder engine creates 185 horsepower, so no socks were knocked off in the making of this review.
Mike Hopkins has his team playing like an NCAA tournament contender, on a three-game winning streak after knocking off No.
Weeks later, at the inauguration for his second term, he was sworn in by Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, the progressive hero who took a worthy stab at knocking off Hillary Clinton in the 2016 Democratic race.
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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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