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knockers

vulgar slang A woman's breasts. A: "Wow, look at the knockers on that lady!" B: "Don't be a jerk, Tom."
See also: knocker

knockers

1. n. the breasts. (Usually objectionable.) Nice knockers, huh?
2. n. the testicles. (Usually objectionable.) Pow, right in the knockers. Ye gods, it hurt!
See also: knocker
References in classic literature ?
Now, considered as an abstract circumstance, there was no more obvious cause or reason why Mr Kenwigs should take the trouble of muffling this particular knocker, than there would have been for his muffling the knocker of any nobleman or gentleman resident ten miles off; because, for the greater convenience of the numerous lodgers, the street-door always stood wide open, and the knocker was never used at all.
A GRAN is celebrating being a world champion after her tasty "knockers" scooped first prize.
ALARM clocks and traditional door knockers are falling out of fashion as British households increasingly embrace technology.
ALARM clocks and traditional door knockers are falling out of fashion as British households increasingly embrace technology, an annual rundown of sales trends from John Lewis suggests.
Wiltshire Police said it received reports of a group of so-called "Nottingham Knockers" trying to sell goods in Malmesbury, Wiltshire, on Tuesday.
An elderly gentleman has reported being intimidated by scammers, and said his friends have been conned out of money by young men known as Nottingham Knockers.
As most snags occur while lures are moving forward, lure knockers strike their target front-to-back with a motion intended to push the bait away from its entrapment.
Buddha box sets, elephant ceramic coin banks, woven bamboo baskets and wooden bird door knockers make a great accent piece.
I've never understand what prompts those (like the otherwise feisty Clare Short, former Ladywood MP) to wage war on the girls who've added gaiety to national like for so long, beaming vacuously over knockers like full moons, or pouting round them, as if these body parts had lives of their own.
He was inspired to create the piece as part of his business Snobs, Knobs and Posh Knockers to commemorate the Lindisfarne Gospels coming to the city in July.
He was inspired to create the piece as part of his business Snobs, Knobs and Posh Knockers to commemorate the Christian manuscript, the Lindisfarne Gospels going on display in the city in July.
Upping the stakes, and including the word "ruddy" in the offensive tirade - as in: "Sir, you are a ruddy silly Billy" - would have fulfilled the criteria required for "knobs and knockers" punishment, a sanction that raised a mischievous snigger among the lower sixth.
However, Taylor then added: "Knockers are going to knock, but that's their job."
it is possible the goodness I can be the a pintin seemto going I COULDN'T help but suppress awry smile whenI readyour editorial comment 'Ignore the Knockers!'', in Friday''s edition of the Liverpool ECHO.