|Mawson, C.O.S., ed. (18701938). Rogets International Thesaurus. 1922.|
|Class IV. Words Relating to the Intellectual Faculties|
|Division (I) Formation of Ideas|
| Section V. Results of Reasoning|
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|NOUN:||KNOWLEDGE; cognizance, cognition, cognoscence [obs.]; acquaintance, experience, ken, privity, insight, familiarity; comprehension, apprehension; recognition; appreciation (judgment) [See Judgment]; intuition; conscience, consciousness; perception, apperception, precognition; acroamatics.|
system -, body- of knowledge; science, philosophy, pansophism, pansophy; acroama; theory, ætiology or etiology; circle of the sciences; pandect, doctrine, body of doctrine; cyclopedia or cyclopædia, encyclopedia or encyclopædia, circle of knowledge; school (system of opinions) [See Belief].
tree of knowledge; republic of letters (language) [See Language].
ENLIGHTENMENT, light; glimpse, inkling, glimmer, glimmering, dawn; scent, suspicion; impression (idea) [See Idea]; discovery [See Discovery]
LEARNING, erudition, lore, scholarship, reading, letters; literature; book madness; book learning, bookishness; bibliomania, bibliolatry; information, general information; store of knowledge &c.; education (teaching) [See Teaching]; culture, Kultur [Ger.], cultivation, menticulture, attainments; acquirements, mental acquisitions; accomplishments; proficiency; practical knowledge (skill) [See Skill]; liberal education, higher education; dilettantism; rudiments (beginning) [See Beginning].
deep -, profound -, solid -, accurate -, acroatic -, acroamatic -, vast -, extensive -, encyclopedical- -knowledge, - learning; omniscience, pantology.
march of intellect; progress -, advance- of -science, - learning; school-master abroad.
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|VERB:||KNOW, ken [dial.], scan, wot [archaic]; wot of [archaic], be aware of &c. adj.; ween [archaic], weet [obs.], trow [archaic]; have, possess.|
conceive; apprehend, comprehend; take, realize, understand, savvy [slang, U. S.], be wise to [slang], appreciate; fathom, make out; recognize, discern, perceive, see, get a sight of, experience.
KNOW FULL WELL; have -, possess- some knowledge of; be au courant [F.] &c. adj.; have in ones head, have at ones fingers ends; know by -heart, - rote; be master of; connaître le dessous des cartes [F.], know whats what [colloq.] [See Skill].
DISCOVER [See Judgment]a; see ones way.
LEARN, come to ones knowledge (information) [See Information].
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|ADJECTIVE:||KNOWING &c. v.; cognitive; acromatic or acroamatical, apperceptive, appercipient.|
AWARE OF, cognizant of, conscious of; acquainted with, made acquainted with; privy to, no stranger to; au fait [F.], au courant [F.]; in the secret; up to [colloq.], alive to; behind the -scenes, - curtain; let into; apprized of, informed of; undeceived.
PROFICIENT IN, versed in, read in, forward in, strong in, at home in; conversant with, familiar with.
EDUCATED, erudite, instructed, learned, lettered; well-conned, well-informed, well-versed, well-read, well-grounded, well-educated; enlightened, shrewd, savant [F.], blue [colloq.], bluestocking, high-brow [slang], bookish, scholastic, solid, profound, deep-read, book-learned, ætiological or etiological, pansophic or pansophical; accomplished (skillful) [See Skill]; omniscient; self-taught, self-educated, autodidactic; self-made.
KNOWN &c. v.; ascertained, well-known, recognized, received, notorious, noted; proverbial; familiar, - as household words, - to every schoolboy; hackneyed, trite, commonplace.
KNOWABLE, cognizable, cognoscible.
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|ADVERB:||to -, to the best of- ones knowledge; as every schoolboy knows.|
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- Ones eyes being opened (disclosure) [See Disclosure].
- Comprendre tout cest tout pardonner.
- Empta dolore docet experientia.
- Half our knowledge we must snatch not take.Pope
- Jahre lehren mehr als Bücher.
- Knowledge comes but wisdom lingers.Tennyson
- Knowledge is power.Bacon
- Les affaires font les hommes; nec scire fas est omnia.Horace
- The amassed thought and experience of innumerable minds.Emerson
- Was ich nicht weiss macht mich nicht heiss.
- Knowledge and timber shouldnt be much used till they are seasoned.Holmes
- Only so much do I know as I have lived.Emerson
- And I see all of it, Only, Im dying!Browning
- Beyond the bounds our staring rounds, Across the pressing dark.Kipling