knock (one's) head off

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knock (one's) head off

To strike someone with great force, usually in the head. If you insult me like that again, I'll knock your head off!
See also: head, knock, off

I’ll knock your ˈblock/ˈhead off!

(British English, spoken) used to threaten somebody that you will hit them
See also: block, head, knock
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Of course they had the power to knock my head off, but did they?
She, of course, wanted to knock my head off my shoulders for being such a Destructive Little Madam (should have been my middle name, so often were those three words used in relation to yours truly) but he would have none because Baby of it.
To be honest, I would have felt more comfortable facing an England bowler trying to knock my head off than awkwardly socialise with my elders," he admitted.
Being English, when I batted they wanted to knock my head off.
I remember Jim Beglin at Leeds telling me to sit down or he was going to knock my head off.
He added: "I was informed in no uncertain manner that Cusine could knock my head off.
Suddenly I went from playing 18-year-olds at a time when I was probably the biggest of them to taking on 30-year-old blokes who seemed to be trying to knock my head off.
But I was really worried beforehand because I thought one of the Hull team would try to knock my head off.
Campbell may have had a reputation for being a bully - he threatened to knock my head off once - but he was always loyal to those he thought were doing a good job for Labour.
My opponent is a good fighter and he's coming to try and knock my head off - but I'm letting nothing come in my way.