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  • adj. known


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  • I hope to never go to another convention with walking pneumonia, knownst or unbeknownst to myself.

    muggled big fished northforked and other sickbed fluff

  • Henceforth, Sniffles shalt be knownst as the "Arrogant Little Pissant"


  • But I be fearing from the hyumon’s hand position that already there be feelings of uppityness on part of hyumon, Ceiling Cat will someday has to hiss and spit and snarl upon man, and the Wrath of Khan…I mean of Ceiling Cat will be knownst.

    ceiling cat - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • Last, he gave thanks for that which, be it knownst or unbeknownst to each person, lay at the very center of all human lives: the sweet miracle of Christ’s eternal love.

    Heaven Lake

  • Unbeknownst to you (Aside: do we ever talk about things being knownst?

    meandering wildly


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