And so it goes again: Democrats claim a knockout, Republicans demur.
Indeed, when asked about the “knockout game,” law enforcement has been skeptical.
Mighty NATO rains down bombs and bullets on Gaddafi's puny forces, but can't score a knockout.
With the “knockout game,” we have several cases in a handful of cities, as well as five reported deaths.
Predicting that Bill Clinton would deliver a knockout nominating speech last night was easy.
For the first time in five-and-twenty years of fighting, clean and dirty, Fergus McLaughlin had taken a knockout.
There's a knockout comin' to the best of 'em, if they hang to the game long enough.
Farley's opinion was that Dave was done for, unless he could land some lucky fluke in a knockout blow.
It was the seventeen-course night dinners and the foreign cooking that gave him the knockout.
And he found that he had an awful hangover from the knockout drug, and the slapping around he had received.
: That was a knockout plot/ a knockout wife and two daughters
An especially attractive person or thing; dish: Saaay, you know, you're a knockout (1906+)