knowledge[ nol-ij ]SEE DEFINITION OF knowledge
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KNOWLEDGE
But for the knowledge that he was a prisoner, Robert would have enjoyed his present situation.
And to tempt him there was this new mystery, this knowledge that he could not miss.
We summon all our knowledge of the past and we scan all signs of the future.
So I said I didn't love her to save her from the knowledge of this horror.
My mind was the richer merely by the knowledge that it was there.
He measured your blindness and weakness by the standard of His own knowledge and almightiness.
Error in speculative doctrine not impious - nor knowledge pious.
Not being a knowledge of the whole truth it should be humble, tolerant, and eager to expand.
It was the fruit of experience, of knowledge, of demonstration.
A bank's not the place to get the knowledge of business necessary for that sort of thing.