What is another word for knack?

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[ nˈak], [ nˈak], [ n_ˈa_k]

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    How to use "Knack" in context?

    The word "knack" is derived from the German word "Knack," meaning " knack," a skill or ability. In 1892, John Henry Marx, an English musician, used the word "knack" to describe a special ability that characterized some instruments. He used it to describe the sounds the horns of different animals make.

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    Homophones for Knack:

    • NACK, nacke.

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