Idiom: Knock on wood
Meaning: This idiom is used to wish for good luck. ('Touch wood' is also used.)Country: International English | Subject Area: Plants & Flowers | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- Touch wood
- Wood for the trees
- Knock 'em dead
- Knock something on the head
- Knock your block off
- On the knock
- Knock into a cocked hat
- Knock your socks off
- Knock the pins from under someone
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