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How to use cognizable in a sentence

To the extent any of these particular plaintiffs have a judicially cognizable claim, it would be against the Senate and the House of Representatives.
LOUIE GOHMERT’S FAILED ELECTION LAWSUIT, BRIEFLY EXPLAINEDCAMERON PETERSJANUARY 2, 2021VOX
If his comments were libellous, the libel was cognizable in the ordinary courts of law.
HISTORY OF THE ENGLISH PEOPLE, VOLUME VIII (OF 8)JOHN RICHARD GREEN
Yet nothing could be more obvious than that the breach of any statute was cognizable before the courts of law.
VIEW OF THE STATE OF EUROPE DURING THE MIDDLE AGES, VOL. 3 (OF 3)HENRY HALLAM
Similarly, no articulate sound is cognizable until the inarticulate sounds which go to make it up have been learned.
FROEBEL'S GIFTSKATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN
Assignments--not cognizable, unless drawn up at the judge-advocate's office and registered.
THE PRESENT PICTURE OF NEW SOUTH WALES (1811)DAVID DICKINSON MANN
Agreements--not cognizable, unless written and registered; being witnessed by one person, not a prisoner.
THE PRESENT PICTURE OF NEW SOUTH WALES (1811)DAVID DICKINSON MANN
Notes of hand for debts so contracted not cognizable as evidence, unless the account of articles be produced with prices annexed.
THE PRESENT PICTURE OF NEW SOUTH WALES (1811)DAVID DICKINSON MANN
Vouchers for Grain, &c. furnished the King's Stores--to be finally settled quarterly, otherwise not cognizable; viz.
THE PRESENT PICTURE OF NEW SOUTH WALES (1811)DAVID DICKINSON MANN
When fame is spoken of as being bent over Byron's head, we must conceive of fame as taking a form cognizable by the senses.
ADONAISSHELLEY
It is much easier to acquire knowledge from things cognizable to the senses than from books.
COTTON IS KING AND THE PRO-SLAVERY ARGUMENTSVARIOUS

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