Cognizant [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Cognizant:

Thou wearied patient Heroine; cognizant of the infinitely little!

Alice Mendon, who was quite cognizant of the whole matter, but was broad enough to leap to the aid of another woman, did much.

Opinion among the forest race, makes the whole animated creation cognizant and intelligent of their customs.

Napoleon, himself a sceptic, was cognizant of this slave philosophy.

I knew a little about boats, and made the Captain cognizant of the fact.

From what office this tattler came he did not know; but it was evident that Bradish was cognizant of the trick.

And yet he felt again, as his hand rested upon the precious casket, that she in her wisdom must be cognizant of it all.

Hence through God's revelation they are cognizant of the petitions which we address them.

Lorenzelli appears to be fully satisfied with the decision of the Council, of which I immediately made him cognizant.

Dorothy having become cognizant of Mr. Marmaduke's trickery, Chartersea seemed to have dropped out of the race.