(kah - nee - val) verb - 1. to try with reckless abandon; 2. to act audaciously; 3. to focus on the effect as opposed to the result.
1. Jimmy really knieveled that girl last night. It's no wonder he got her number.

2. Dominique knieveled when she did that flip on the dancefloor.

3. Joe knieveled a bit last night with that white jumpsuit...yeah, the girls loved it but he still rolled home alone.
作者 david engelman 2007年12月12日
An adrenaline junkie.

Named after Evel and Rodney Knievel two great daredevils.
That guy bungee jumps, sky dives, and jumps cars on his own bikes?! WOW, he's a knievel.
作者 woodenspoon 2005年6月24日

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