Thanks to your foresight, he was knocked out at the first round.
Teeth are knocked out, or filed into prescribed shapes, or blackened.
He moved to the table picked up his pipe and knocked out the ashes on the stove hearth.
He knocked out his pipe against an upright, sighed, and dropped it into his pocket.
“I was knocked out,” replied the youth, with a sorry little laugh.
And suddenly I knew where Macartney's men had carried me when I was knocked out!
So fierce was the attack and the offense that Paul Drew was knocked out, and could not come back in time to play.
Had the friends resisted, their brains would have been knocked out.
They came out of my head—that is, they were knocked out—not all at once, but at different times.
If we do not grow our own food, we could be knocked out of time in the first round.