from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In the manner of one who knows.
- adv. With knowledge of all relevant facts.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. With knowledge; in a knowing manner; intelligently; consciously; deliberately.
- adv. By experience.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a knowing manner; with knowledge; intentionally; designedly: as, he would not knowingly offend.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. with full knowledge and deliberation
If the legal system and I use the term knowingly as this country does not have a justice system wants to curb vigilantism, it needs to deal with criminals properly.
Does the specter of someone who knowingly is ineligible to run for this office becomes president, or an usurper takes rein of our government disturb you?
For the furtherance of his own career and self-aggrandisement, Hain knowingly accepted the work load of two departments.
And he should avoid the word knowingly, which Barry Bonds scattered about in his federal grand jury testimony with the hope — ultimately futile — of skirting a perjury indictment.
So if Darcy accepts the illegally raised money knowingly is she in violation of fundraising laws as well?
Was DeGuerin knowingly lying or simply repeating bad or misinterpreted info that he was fed?
Brent, Rhiveth's player, began to grin knowingly, and I realized abruptly that I was describing his character.
From the kitchen window where they sat, the generals could see a small black dog staring at them knowingly from the alley.
When you use the word knowingly or unknowingly, I almost think it's deeper than that with Lyndon Johnson.
No unfair advantage was taken of me; I plighted my word knowingly and solemnly, and no human power can release persons of honor from a solemn pledge.