acknowledge

[ ak-nol-ij ]SEE DEFINITION OF acknowledge

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACKNOWLEDGE

Things looked unpromising, he couldn't but acknowledge, for his young client.

Let me acknowledge that there was much need of self-persuasion to arrive at this conclusion.

I acknowledge my obligations to the masses of my countrymen, and to them alone.

I have to acknowledge the receipt of your two letters, dated 23d and 25th inst.

I have to acknowledge the receipt of your favours of the 22d and 29th ult.

Thus cornered, he had to acknowledge that Anna had been out of sorts.

By praying God to give us our daily bread, we acknowledge that it comes from Him.

What do we acknowledge and for what do we pray in this petition?

You acknowledge it may be a wrong opinion; but still it is your opinion.

Show them you've no feeling, and they'll acknowledge you for a woman of fashion.

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