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Words with a Silent K

Based on the definitions, guess these words that have a silent K.
Hint: They all start with Kn
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First submittedAugust 16, 2013
Last updatedJune 10, 2019
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Definition
Word
Warrior of the Middle Ages
Knight
To loop yarn together with needles
Knit
Shiv or dagger, for example
Knife
Tired (British)
Knackered
Backpack
Knapsack
Women's underpants (British)
Knickers
To sit on one's knees
Kneel
Definition
Word
Door opener
Knob
Finger joint
Knuckle
To use the above to press dough
Knead
Biblical term for sex, “Adam ___ Eve his wife”
Knew
Roguish person, or the Jack in a deck of cards
Knave
The sound of a bell tolling
Knell
Small rounded hill
Knoll
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level 68
Nov 21, 2013
Who Knew?
+16
level 59
Apr 12, 2017
Watch your language! :)
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level 52
Jun 11, 2019
Adam!
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level 71
Nov 21, 2013
Tried knocked up
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level 76
Nov 21, 2013
You should accept doorknob.
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level 56
Jun 11, 2019
"All words start with Kn"
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level 72
Jun 14, 2019
Knucklehead
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level 84
Dec 2, 2014
I cannot believe I missed knife; sometimes the obvious are just too obvious!
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level 59
Aug 11, 2015
How do you sit on your knees? It's impossible. (For me at least). Maybe some practice.
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level 75
Jan 10, 2016
Yes, agreed.
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level 67
Feb 10, 2016
I agree, but I can't think of another way of giving a clue for Kneel?
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level 78
Jan 13, 2019
to rest on one's knees? dictionary def: a position in which the body is supported by a knee or the knees
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level 48
Jun 11, 2019
You're backside doesn't need to touch your heels, in church people kneel while leaning forward against the pew in front. And some do this until they are very old indeed so it's not that hard.
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level 54
Feb 6, 2016
Ah, for knell, kept thinking of onomatopoeia! Couldn't find much onomatopoeia with silent letters, as you can imagine...
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level 78
Jan 13, 2019
how about knock?
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level 72
Mar 1, 2016
The 'k' in knight is not silent. It is pronounced 'kiiinnnnigit'
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level 80
Jun 10, 2016
Comment win.
+3
level 62
Jan 8, 2017
Oui oui
+3
level 72
Apr 21, 2019
I fart in your general direction.
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level 47
Mar 1, 2016
Knifty!
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level 64
May 1, 2016
You could add knot
+4
level 76
Jul 5, 2018
Or not.
+1
level 71
Jun 11, 2019
'Twould be for naught
+1
level 71
Jun 15, 2019
For knaught?
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level 39
Apr 10, 2017
Knock!
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level 55
Jul 4, 2018
I saw "yam" instead of "yarn." I could not figure out the word for looping yams together with needles.
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level 75
Jun 10, 2019
Username checks out.
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level 59
Jun 11, 2019
haha
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level 52
Oct 3, 2018
for the kneel one.. how about "What some people do in church while they pray" or along those lines
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level 79
Jun 10, 2019
Yes, a knock could cause a door to open. (Or a knocker.)
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level 68
Jun 11, 2019
Unrelated trivia: the famous Notre Dame football coach Knute Rockne pronounced his name "Canute", but say it like that now and you will be considered stupid!
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level 61
Jun 11, 2019
Why did the baker have smelly hands? Because he kneaded a poo. Win.
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level 61
Jun 13, 2019
Never heard of knoll and knell, but obviously knell is somwehat known looking at the scores. I kept trying knocker for the dooropener (and thought, well it cant be key...). The only other word I could think of was doorhandle, so that was ruled out..
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level 71
Jun 15, 2019
There was a second shooter on the grassy *knoll*.