I kenned it would end that way—and it is e'en this way that it should end!
“I kenned by this time what he was to be at,” said John to Allison, when he had got thus far.
I doubt you may have a sorer heart to carry about with you than you have kenned of yet.
He was a manly, pleasant lad, in the days when I kenned him.
Then one of the officers blew a whistle, and I kenned what ...