Cognizant Cog"ni*zant (? or ?), a. [See {Cognizance}, and cf. {Connusant}.] Having cognizance or knowledge. (of). [1913 Webster]

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  • cognizant — cog|ni|zant cognisant [ˈkɔgnızənt US ˈka:g ] adj [not before noun] formal if someone is cognizant of something, they know about it and understand it cognizant of ▪ He was cognizant of the peculiarities of the case …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • cognizant — [[t]kɒ̱gnɪz(ə)nt[/t]] ADJ GRADED: v link ADJ, usu ADJ of n If someone is cognizant of something, they are aware of it or understand it. [FORMAL] Walter was cognizant of the limitations of his argument. Syn: conscious (in BRIT, also use cognisant) …   English dictionary

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