Conusant
Conusant \Con"u*sant\, a. (Law) See {Cognizant}. [1913 Webster]

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • conusant — /konyazant/ Cognizant; acquainted with; having actual knowledge; as, if a party knowing of an agreement in which he has an interest makes no objection to it, he is said to be conusant …   Black's law dictionary

  • conusant — /konyazant/ Cognizant; acquainted with; having actual knowledge; as, if a party knowing of an agreement in which he has an interest makes no objection to it, he is said to be conusant …   Black's law dictionary

  • conusant — Knowing; having notice or knowledge of anything …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • conusant — …   Useful english dictionary

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