cognizant

[ kog-nuh-zuh nt, kon-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF cognizant

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COGNIZANT

And one very cogent reason why they have not, is, that they are not yet cognizant of the loss.

Mr. Butterby was not cognizant of quite the facts of the case, you see.

The writer of this letter was cognizant of them, and had sent it that they might be removed.

Is the Duke of Reist cognizant of this, and willing to accept the throne?

Whence it would seem that they are not cognizant of our actions nor of our prayers.

Hence it would seem that the Saints are not cognizant of our prayers.

I am too short-sighted to be cognizant of each separate feature.

She is our eyepiece to keep us cognizant of our opportunities.

Napoleon, himself a sceptic, was cognizant of this slave philosophy.

I knew a little about boats, and made the Captain cognizant of the fact.

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