Thesaurus / wittingly
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The barber shall swear, "I did not mark him wittingly," and he shall be guiltless.
Thus did I wittingly deprive myself of the power of drawing back, but I was able to realize the full force of the situation.
THE MEMOIRES OF CASANOVA, COMPLETEJACQUES CASANOVA DE SEINGALT
I am not going to rail at thee, child; for I believe that thee did not wittingly try to injure us.
PEGGY OWEN AT YORKTOWNLUCY FOSTER MADISON
If any man rise up by false witnes, wittingly and of purpose to take away any man's life, he shall be put to death.
Mr. Pierce would not, I think, have wittingly suppressed anything that told against him.
HISTORICAL ESSAYSJAMES FORD RHODES
Any plan which they may reveal to me either in person or by messenger or by letter I will not wittingly make known to their hurt.
It was a luxury she could always command at home and she had wittingly missed it.
I have not wittingly done harm to any of His Majesty's subjects, or endeavored to draw them away from their loyalty.
ADLE DUBOISMRS. WILLIAM T. SAVAGE
I could not tell, for surely I knew not I had ever wittingly injured any one.
He and his followers felt that they had acquitted themselves well, and had wittingly left nothing undone.

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