Knack (noun)

  1. A clever trick or device for doing or achieving something, especially something unusual or not easily accomplished.
  2. An innate or acquired skill or ability to do something well.


Middle english knak, from middle dutch knak, knakke, of imitative origin.


  1. He had a knack for fixing things, and could always make the broken toy work again.
  2. She had a knack for remembering names and faces, which made her a great hostess.
  3. The magician had a knack for making the audience believe in his illusions.
  4. The chef had a knack for creating delicious dishes with simple ingredients.
  5. He had a knack for making people feel comfortable and at ease.
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