“He seems besotted,” said Danglars, pushing Caderousse with his knee
He nursed his injured knee By shifting his weight to the other leg.
bridesmaids′ gowns are in-variably cut tothe knee and mostly chosen in innocuous shades of lilac and mint green
A leg covering usually extending from the ankle to the knee and often made of material such as leather or canvas, worn especially by soldiers and workers.
A strip of cloth wound spirally around the leg from ankle to knee .Often used in the plural.
A coat that reaches to the knee
A coat that reaches to the knee ;shrubbery reaching up to the eaves;a career that reached over several decades.
His shirt of coarse yellow linen, fastened at the neck by a small silver anchor, permitted a view of his hairy breast: he had a cravat twisted into a string,trousers of blue drilling, worn and threadbare, white on one knee and torn on the other
The snow was knee-deep.
Full breeches gathered and banded just below the knee ;knickers.
The implant business now ac-counts for more than half of Strykers sales and is likely to prosper as boomers seek out hip and knee replacements
knee-type milling cutter for working metal numerically conrolled
Examination of the interior of a joint,such as the knee ,using a type of endoscope that is inserted into the joint through a small incision.
Any of the tendons at the rear hollow of the human knee .
A horse of a breed developed in England,having a gait characterized by pronounced flexion of the knee .
After tens of thousands of years of weathering and erosion, it is now a wooded hill where the weeds come up to the knee
Education commences at the mother′s knee .
Jack scraped his knee on the wall as he was climbing over it.
She bounced the baby on her knee .
She skinned her knee .
She poised her elbow on her knee .
She took the cat off his knee and put it down on a footstool.
Her long dress was slit up to the knee in Chinese style
Her long dress was slit up to the knee in Chinese style.
She bruised her knee
She struck the desk with her knee .
She fell down and grazed her knee
1.An abrupt obtuse or approximately right-angled bend in a graph between parts where the slope varies smoothly.
2.An angled piece of wood or metal frame used to connect and support the beams and timbers of a wooden ship.
‘About half way down the keel, tucked between the _knees_ of the ship was a low crate.’
‘The deck and hull are through bolted on an inward flange and structural _knees_ and bulkheads are securely attached.’
3.The joint between the thigh and the lower leg in humans.
‘He sat on the bed, hugging his _knees_ to his chin.’
‘For instance, be sure you can extend and flex your injured _knee_ as fully as the other one.’
4.The joint in other animals that corresponds or is analogous to the human knee.
‘He had exceptional conformation, very correct legs, hocks, and _knees_ .’
‘Now during hot season, I put baby oil on my horses daily, from their _knees_ to their hooves.’
5.The part of a garment covering the knee.
‘All of her jeans were torn and ripped at the _knees_ and hem.’
‘I fell twice on the way home, soaking my mittens and the _knees_ of my leggings.’
6.The upper surface of someone's thigh when they are sitting; a person's lap.
‘they were eating their suppers on their _knees_ ’
‘I can’t bear eating off my _knees_ . I need a table.’
1.Hit (someone) with one's knee.
‘she _kneed_ him in the groin’
‘PC Nick Smith tried to restrain her but she swore at him and then, when he tried to handcuff her, _kneed_ him in the groin.’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。