Knock and Rat


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Knock verb – To come into usually forceful contact with something.
Rat and knock are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Rat" instead a verb "Knock".
Nearby Words: knocked, knockout, knockdown, knocking, knocker
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Rat verb – Catch rats, especially with dogs.
Knock and rat are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Knock" instead a verb "Rat".
Synonyms for Rat

How words are described

single single knock single rat
nasty nasty knock nasty rat
small small knock small rat
actual actual knock actual rat
Other adjectives: huge, little, bad, tall, gigantic.

Both words in one sentence

  • Series / Lie to Me You come back rat-arsed, knock your wife and kid about.
  • In a later occasion we have a Jehovah's Witness knock on Rat-Man's door, and we're treated to his own way to scare them away.
  • Video Game / Dishonored Granny Rags, who is able to use Blink, Windblast, Rat Swarm, and unable to die until you destroy her cameo and then kill her or knock her out.
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