Knowledge [noun]

Definition of Knowledge:

person's understanding; information

Opposite/Antonyms of Knowledge:

Sentence/Example of Knowledge:

Gelinas is a senior IT group manager, holding the rank of director, according to two people with knowledge of the matter.

We have evolution to thank for shielding us from complete self-knowledge.

To complement Wikipedia’s systems, we’ve added additional protections and detection systems to prevent potentially inaccurate information from appearing in knowledge panels.

At the very least, children learn language through a rather different process, mapping words to concepts that embed knowledge acquired not only through reading text, but also crucially through perceiving and exploring the world.

It would be nice not to have to go to these lengths to explain our moral knowledge.

Once a city reaches a certain number of people, the balance starts tipping towards the knowledge-based jobs.

In a letter this weekend, attorney Brain Pierik of Burke, Williams and Sorensen wrote that he had no knowledge of the information attributed to him.

It gave me the knowledge and confidence to make the change to specialize in this industry.

This knowledge has led to some cool features, such as high- and low-volume options in all of its offerings instead of the typical male and female choices.

His also was the intellectual point of view, and the intellectual interest in knowledge and its deductions.