acknowledgment

[ ak-nol-ij-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF acknowledgment

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACKNOWLEDGMENT

If Robert possessed his acknowledgment he would have no defense to make.

And, in your turn, you will now have to pardon me, for I have an acknowledgment to make to you.

Had she said, 'the Son of Abraham,' she had not come home to this acknowledgment.

Giving him a dark glance in acknowledgment of his answer, Rigaud knocked loudly.

It is doubtful if there was any shame in him at the acknowledgment.

He uses this exclamation as an acknowledgment that God is the giver of our daily bread.

Cousin Percy's acknowledgment of this statement was a brief "Oh, indeed!"

The great Horatio's only acknowledgment of the greeting was a nod.

Their acknowledgment of him came after Sigismund's, after—long after—my denunciation.

Still she made no answer to his words, nor any acknowledgment of his service.

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