Definitions

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  • n. Obsolete form of knowledge.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • But that which most of all increast my knowledg was my daily reading to My Lady, Poems of all sorts and Plays, teaching me as I read, there to place my accents, how to raise and fall my vice, where lay the Emphasis of the expressions.

    The Gentlewoman's Companion: or,%0AA Guide to the Female Sex

  • The Christian Religion brings mankind diverse positive Benefits, such as are, more cleare and extensive knowledg of God, and divine things; the Remission of Sins; the Favour of God; severall graces and vertues suitable to mens respective needs and conditions; and above all, a happy Immortality in the Life to come.

    Sticky Wants to Grab

  • Indeed, the Neanderthal story is rather heart breaking since they were (to our knowledg) the only other "humans" that ever existed (speaking loosely again) and they survied SO MUCH during the ice ages and were highly sophisticated (burial with rituals and grave gear for example -- surely an indication of intuitions about an "after life"), that their extinction must be seen as a tragic loss for us all.

    The Extinction of Right Wing Neanderthals; The Rising of Bottom-up Intelligence

  • We are very excited by the potential to substantially increase the dissemination of knowledg

    Hugh McGuire: Google Knol: Finder Becomes Producer

  • If philophy is esoteric, that is not because a few men guard its knowledg, but because most men guard themselves against it.

    Rad Geek People’s Daily – 2008 – June – 26

  • And thus much for my knowledg of the Otter, which you may now see above water at vent, and the dogs close with him; I now see he will not last long, follow therefore my Masters, follow, for

    The Compleat Angler

  • I have talent for tweaking and arranging visual and textual elements - language, color, type, shapes, images - and can apply my knowledg of the psychological factors that go into comprehension and persuasion to my work.

    Graphic Design Is Not Art

  • One would expect the same for signs of "accomplish[ment]" (measured how?) or "knowledg[e]" (again, measured how, and about what?)

    Reinflation

  • I thank thee Friend such knowledg as that is easy eno 'to be obtained without paying for it.

    Letter from Abigail Smith to John Adams, 19 - 20 April 1764

  • _ O no! I call the Powers above to witness, that in all the Course of our unhappy Friendship, I to my knowledg never did receive the least

    The City Bride (1696) Or The Merry Cuckold

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