knocked in

knocked in

Sl. arrested. (Underworld.) Would you believe that Larry has never been knocked in? When Lefty was knocked in, they found his heat on him.
See also: knock

knocked in

mod. arrested. (Underworld.) Would you believe that Rocko has never been knocked in?
See also: knock
References in classic literature ?
So, the scaffolding was made again, and Kit, climbing up with the poker for a hammer, knocked in the nail and hung up the cage, to the immeasurable delight of the whole family.
He hurried for the door, and knocked in his peculiar way.
Royal tied it at the 34-minute mark when Jose Medina's throw-in bounced high in front of the net and was knocked in by Taylor.
McLean's throw from more than 20 yards down the line reached the far post, where it was knocked in by Melanie Ervin.
She knocked in a free kick from 30 yards out to give Paraclete a 2-1 lead, then she built on the lead in the second half with another free kick from 18 yards at a steep angle.