Definition of Nocked

1. Verb. (past of nock) ¹



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Definition of Nocked

1. nock [v] - See also: nock

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nocked

noci-influence
nociceptin
nociceptins
nociception
nociceptive
nociceptive reflex
nociceptor
nociceptors
nocifensive
nocifensor
nocifensor reflex
nocino
nocioception
nociperception
nock
nocked (current term)
nocket
nockets
nocking
nocks
nocodazole
nocosomial
noct-
noctalbuminuria
noctambulation
noctambulations
noctambulism
noctambulist
noctambulists
noctambulo

Literary usage of Nocked

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1. The History of England by Nicolas Tindal (1757)
"... him as a real was nocked to, where many miracles were pretended to be martyr for liberty. Immediately after his death, his tomb Ш. p. ..."

2. The Theory and Practice of Archery by Horace Alfred Ford, W. Butt (1887)
"If the arrow be nocked at a lower point, it will beat itself against the forefinger of the left hand, and thereby waste some of the energy that should be ..."

3. The Innocents Abroad; Or, The New Pilgrim's Progress by Mark Twain (1871)
"They nocked to our poor human doctor this morning when the fame of what he had done to the sick child went abroad in the land, and they worshipped him with ..."

4. Library of Southern Literature by Edwin Anderson Alderman, Joel Chandler Harris, Charles William Kent (1910)
"The fact is a chicken-coop mought as well expect to float down the Savannah river in a freshet and not git nocked to pieces by the driftwood, ..."

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