Knowledge synonyms and antonyms

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A perception produced by this ability.
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Erudition is defined as the knowledge of an expert in a subject gained through reading and study.
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Plural form of fact
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Facts that can be analyzed or used in an effort to gain knowledge or make decisions; information.
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A philosophical movement of the 1700s that emphasized the use of reason to scrutinize previously accepted doctrines and traditions and that brought about many humanitarian reforms. Used with the.
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The state or quality of being aware of something
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(Countable) Reason or intelligence, ability to grasp the full meaning of knowledge, ability to infer.
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Great skill or knowledge in a particular field or hobby
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A state of awareness or understanding, especially as derived from a particular source:
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(Archaic) Something taught; a teaching.
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The state or quality of being proficient; competence.
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(Uncountable) The underlying principles or methods of a given technical skill, art etc., as opposed to its practice. [from 17th c.]
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Perception; understanding:
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Alternative form of book-learning.
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(Uncountable) Accumulated knowledge.
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The act of instructing; education
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The ability to learn or understand from experience; ability to acquire and retain knowledge; mental ability
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That which is known
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A principle or statement of ideas, or a group of such principles or statements, especially when considered to be authoritative or accepted uncritically:
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A skill, talent, or capacity:
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The condition of being conversant
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The definition of sagacious is someone with sound judgment.
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The total of what is known; all information and products of learning. [from 16th c.]
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The quality of showing opinions on at least one subject of which the perpetrator has little or no knowledge, the practice of this, an instance of the practice of this.
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(Archaic) A teaching or being taught; instruction
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An instructive or enlightening experience:
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Alternative spelling of know-how.
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All-wise; claiming universal knowledge.
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Marked by discernment and understanding; sensitive.
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(Philosophy, Kantianism) Sense-perception.
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Conscious perception with full awareness.
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The knowledge of many arts and sciences; variety of learning.
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The ability to do or say what is appropriate for the occasion.
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(Philos.) The doctrine that knowledge comes from the intellect in itself without aid from the senses; intellectualism
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The knowledge or skill so derived.
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That which is known
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The definition of astute is someone clever.
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Skill based upon systematized training
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Obsolete spelling of database.
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That which is known
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(Uncountable) A state of being acquainted, or of having intimate, or more than slight or superficial, knowledge; personal knowledge gained by intercourse short of that of friendship or intimacy
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Established friendship or intimacy:
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The state of being conscious; awareness of one's own feelings, what is happening around one, etc.
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(Of teaching or learning) That has a practical use
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The definition of omniscient is seeing all or knowing all.
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Of or relating to sciolism, or a sciolist.
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The definition of sophisticated is someone that is intelligently worldly and smart or advanced processes or technology.
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Acquainted through study or experience; knowledgeable or skilled:
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(Law) The act of seizing or taking by legal process; arrest.
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Sagacity is the quality of being wise or having good judgment.
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person's understanding; information
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The consciousness side to duality of noesis and noema.
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That which is known
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A sudden insight or idea:
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person's understanding; information
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carnal knowledge
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(Countable) A piece of wise advice.
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Scholarship is knowledge resulting from study, or is a gift of money to pay for academic education.
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The definition of cognizance means the range of what one can observe and understand, or the right to deal with a legal case in the court system.
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Plural form of principle
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The general principles or laws of a field of knowledge, activity, etc.
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Plural form of attainment
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The definition of an observation is the act of noticing something or a judgment or inference from something seen or experienced.
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The definition of ignorance is being unaware, uneducated or unknowledgeable.
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Keenly perceptive or understanding; acute:
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Insight or intuition, or the faculty for these
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That which comes to be known, as through perception, reasoning, or intuition; knowledge.
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Pretension is defined as a reason for something or a claim to something, or is something done to impress others.
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Able or quick to apprehend or understand
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Familiar or acquainted (with), esp. as a result of study or experience; versed (in)
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Having or showing good judgment or understanding; astute
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Having knowledge, especially of a particular subject
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Having the power of perceiving, especially perceiving keenly and readily.
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Highly competent; skilled; adept
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The definition of clairvoyance is the ability to detect or sense things that are not normally able to be sensed.
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Encyclopedic knowledge or learning
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The basic method for making or doing something, such as an artistic work or scientific procedure:
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The state or feeling of being empty
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An indirect suggestion; slight indication; hint
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The faculty of knowing or understanding something without reasoning or proof.
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Great intellectual insight or understanding:
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The definition of a fact is something that is true or something that has occurred or has been proven correct.
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The knowledge that is acquired in this way.
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That which is known
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Development or improvement of physical qualities by special training or care
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Of, relating to, or characteristic of an encyclopedia.
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Of or pertaining to cognition
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Having a basis in or reducible to empirical factual knowledge.
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(Rare) That can be known or perceived; cognizable
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Having the power of knowing
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Exceedingly wise
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Alternative capitalization of Gnostic.
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(Archaic) Fashionable; stylish:
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The ability or power to seize or attain; reach:
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Any system of thought or action based on the nature, interests, and ideals of humanity; specif., a modern, nontheistic, rationalist movement that holds that humanity is capable of self-fulfillment, ethical conduct, etc. without recourse to supernaturalism
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That which is known
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Things that are or can be known about a given topic; communicable knowledge of something. [from 14th c.]
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Synonym Study

  • Wisdom implies superior judgment and understanding based on broad knowledge and experience
  • Erudition implies profound or abstruse learning beyond the comprehension of most people
  • Learning is knowledge acquired by study, especially in languages, literature, philosophy, etc.
  • Information applies to data that are gathered in any way, as by reading, observation, hearsay, etc. and does not necessarily connote validity inaccurate information
  • Knowledge applies to any body of facts gathered by study, observation, etc., and to the ideas inferred from these facts, and connotes an understanding of what is known man's knowledge of the universe
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