Definition of knowledgement
1. knowledge [ n ] the psychological result of perception and learning and reasoningUsed in print:
(The New York Times,...)
This knowledge has come_in_handy , too .
(The Christian Science Monitor,...)
Would we want a future-day Gibbon or Macaulay recounting the saga of America with movies as his prime source of knowledge ?
Yet for much of the globe , Hollywood is just that - prime , if_not sole , source of knowledge .
(Mr. America, 4:6...)
This comes not alone from high-set , high-rep training , but from certain definition specialization exercises which the champion selects for himself with the knowledge of exactly what works best for him .
(Richard I. McCosh, "Recreation Site Selection"...)
County judges , commissioners , engineers , assessors , and_others who have lived in the area for a long_time may have valuable knowledge regarding the site or opinions to offer from their varied professional experiences .Synonyms knowledge noesis cognition Related Terms psychological_feature mind ability information attitude place equivalent structure history inability vocabulary process content practice place perception episteme cognitive_factor process lexis public_knowledge
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