knowing

[ noh-ing ]SEE DEFINITION OF knowing

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KNOWING

Knowing the Milbreys, you will divine the warmth of their behaviour toward the son.

Ambrose sped away, knowing that Perronel would be quite satisfied.

We seek peace, knowing that peace is the climate of freedom.

Judge me, then, my dear, as any indifferent person (knowing what you know of me) would do.

One could think of oneself as knowing God, and be aware of no forcing of the note.

There is no knowing what altogether unsuitable things men will do!

Still, there is no knowing what women and children will not read.

She sat silent, neither able to speak, not knowing what to answer.

Chip, knowing that his turn had come, and come to tarry, found nothing to say.

Knowing so little of each other, it is very possible that they had no visualizations.

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