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A word or phrase, especially one from a specialised area of knowledge.
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A promise of marriage; betrothal
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A brief, apt, and cogent expression:
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(Linguistics) A word or utterance, especially with reference to its form rather than its meaning.
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A unit of expression
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(Computing) an individual instance of a continuous character sequence without spaces, used in lexical analysis (see token)
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(Law) A formal statement initiating a lawsuit by specifying the facts and legal grounds for the relief sought; a complaint or petition.
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Representation or repute, as opposed to reality:
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(Linguistics) an indivisible unit of meaning
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Language; words; speech; expression; signification of feeling or opinion
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The distinctive character of such an articulation:
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Selection and appointment for a purpose; allotment; direction.
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(Linguistics) A morpheme that can carry meaning on its own, and does not require a prefix, suffix, or infix it give it meaning.
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The definition of a sobriquet is an affectionate nickname.
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A point maintained in an argument, or a line of argument taken in its support; the subject matter of discussion of strife; a position taken or contended for.
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To set forth in words; state:
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To express in or reduce to a formula
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Inside information:
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Something said briefly; comment; casual observation
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Alternative capitalization of word of God
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A word used as a motto, as expressive of a principle or rule of action; a maxim, byword
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To articulate is defined as the action of speaking clearly, often with superior pronunciation or when discussing a particular issue.
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The definition of a saying is something that has been said, like a motto or catch phrase.
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(Finance) A document that summarizes financial activity.
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That which is uttered; esp., a word or words uttered, whether written or spoken
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A message; the essential data transferred in an act of communication.
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Assurance means the act of feeling confident in yourself.
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A promise or assurance, especially one given in writing, that attests to the quality or durability of a product or service.
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A pledge committing a person to the payment of another's debt or the fulfillment of another's obligation in the event of default
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A person or thing given or held as security for the performance of a contract, as a guarantee of faith, etc.; something pawned; hostage
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Plight is a bad or unfortunate situation.
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Reason to expect improvement or success; potential.
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A solemn affirmation or assertion
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Something that provides assurance or confirmation; a guarantee or proof: a warrant of authenticity; a warrant for success.
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Pledged word; solemn promise; oath
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An invitation or summons
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An assigned duty or task; a responsibility:
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(Computing) A directive to a computer program acting as an interpreter of some kind, in order to perform a specific task.
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The definition of a commandment is a rule that must be obeyed, especially one handed down by God.
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The course along which a person or thing is moving or must move to reach a destination:
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(Uncountable) The act of instructing, teaching, or furnishing with information or knowledge.
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An authoritative command or instruction.
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The prescribed form or customary procedure, as in a meeting or court of law:
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(Uncountable) Capacity of mind, especially to understand principles, truths, facts or meanings, acquire knowledge, and apply it to practice; the ability to learn and comprehend.
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New information of any kind:
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Current, esp. confidential, information
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Idle talk about someone’s private or personal matters, especially someone not present.
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Report is defined as a collection of information about something or rumors or gossip that is being spread.
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(Uncountable) Information or misinformation of the kind contained in such claims.
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Spreading gossip or rumor.
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(Nautical, countable) A butt with a scuttle, a keg of drinking water with a hole cut in it, on board ship.
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A discussion, often heated, in which a difference of opinion is expressed.
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(--- Archaic) A reason or matter for dispute or contention:
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An angry argument
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In constitutional law, an actual, definite, and concrete dispute over legal rights between parties with adverse interests wherein one party is seeking an adjudication of the dispute and specific relief of a conclusive nature. Also called case or controversy requirement. See also adversary proceeding.
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Deliberation; consideration:
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Something not easily done, accomplished, comprehended, or solved:
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A quarrel.
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(Obs.) A fight
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Any struggle, contest, or quarrel
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A reason for a dispute or argument:
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Run-in matter
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The spawn of shellfish, especially oysters and similar molluscs.
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A minor fight or argument as between children, for example.
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The act of wrangling.
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An action which is not worth the difficulty involved.
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Any plant of the genus Rheum, especially Rheum rharbarbarum, having large leaves and long green or reddish acidic leafstalks, that are edible, in particular when cooked (although the leaves are mildly poisonous).
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(Informal) An argument or altercation.
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To put in specific or particular words; phrase; express
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To cause to be in a specified condition:
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(Law) Early release of a prisoner who is then subject to continued monitoring as well as compliance with certain terms and conditions for a specified period.
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(Computing) A string of characters used to log in to a computer or network, to access a level in a video game, etc.
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The definition of a proverb is a short saying that is widely used to express an obvious truth.
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Reputation:
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An official decision, esp. one made by a court or judge
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A message communicated by such means.
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The act of speaking; expression or communication of thoughts and feelings by spoken words
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A condition or mode of being, as with regard to circumstances:
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A call, command, knock, or other signal that summons
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The subject of conversation, gossip, etc.
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Plural form of tiding
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A lack or impairment of vision in which maximal visual acuity after correction by refractive lenses is one-tenth normal vision or less in the better eye. Blindness can be genetic but is usually acquired as a result of injury, cataracts, or diseases such as glaucoma or diabetes. In Asia and Africa, trachoma is a common infectious cause of blindness.
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The Jewish holy book that was largely incorporated into the Christian Bible.
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the sacred writings of the Christian religions
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A set of prescribed standards or rules on which decisions are based:
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(Proper) The Bible: among Jews, the Pentateuch, the Prophets, and the Hagiographa; among Christians, the Old and New Testaments
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The response to a sign or signal.
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Conversation or debate concerning a particular topic.
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An exchange of remarks or retorts on equal terms; repartee; banter
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A man considered as if in a relationship of child to parent:
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Logos is defined as the source that controls the universe, the written word or inspiration of God, or a logic and rational argument.
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An idea or thought, esp. a generalized idea of a thing or class of things; abstract notion
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The definition of lexical is something that relates to vocabulary or the words which make up a language.
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Open acknowledgment or declaration
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A particular word or phrase:
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Dogma is defined as principles or rules that cannot be questioned, or articles of faith in different religions.
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(Law) A promise, incidental to a deed or contract, either express or implied.
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A declaration that one will or will not do a certain thing
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A command, bidding; sometimes also, an authoritative request. [from 12th c.]
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An authoritative command
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An order or instruction, especially one issued by an authority.
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The definition of an injunction is an order by the court to stop someone from doing something.
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Polemic is a controversy, debate or dispute, or a person who is inclined to argue.
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An old saying, which has been overused or considered a cliché; a trite maxim.
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(Gram.) A word or phrase that qualifies or modifies another word or other words
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An official order, edict, or decision, as of a church, government, court, etc.
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A literary form, where the presentation resembles a conversation.
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(Countable) A formal lengthy exposition of some subject, either spoken or written.
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The story or truth; the scoop or dirt.
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A precept; a succinct statement or observation of a rule of conduct or moral teaching.
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(Heraldry) A sentence, phrase, or word, forming part of an heraldic achievement.
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A unit of expression
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A phrase or expression connected to an individual or a group of individuals through repeated usage.
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A commitment is defined as an official court order to send someone to prison or to a mental hospital.
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A solemn pledge or promise to a god, king, or another person, to attest to the truth of a statement or contract
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The act of informing or the condition of being informed; communication of knowledge:
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A statement made or read before a gathering:
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In business, a particular client or customer. See also joint account.
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Something spoken, written, or otherwise presented in beginning or introducing something, especially:
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Alternative form of word of God.
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Of or pertaining to semasiology.
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Verbal means relating to words or speech.
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The act of affirming or the state of being affirmed; assertion.
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The definition of an assent is a situation in which an agreement or acquiescence has occurred.
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The act of asserting, or that which is asserted; positive declaration or averment; affirmation; statement asserted; position advanced.
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A formal hearing, as with a religious or state dignitary.
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Small talk; chitchat
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An explanation of a statute, code section, or administrative rule written by the drafters of the statute, section, or rule. See also annotation.
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A conference at which advice is given or views are exchanged.
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(Chem.) A substance derived from, or of such composition and properties that it may be considered as derived from, another substance by chemical change, esp. by the substitution of one or more elements or radicals
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A mission by an emergency response service, typically attend to an emergency in the field.
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A formal pronouncement or command.
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Tidings
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Used with His, Her, or Your as a title and form of address for certain officials, such as judges and the mayors of certain cities:
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A written or printed message to a person or group, usually sent by mail in an envelope
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(Countable) A written or printed announcement.
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The definition of an ultimatum is a demand which, if not met, will end a relationship or otherwise result in some serious consequence.
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A unit of expression
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An announcing or being announced
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A little drink of weak liquor or punch
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Of or according to semantics as a branch of linguistics or of semiotics
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A written dialogue.
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Obscene language or subject matter.
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A foreign word from which a particular loan word is derived. For example, Latin duo, “two,” is an etymon of English duodecimal.
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Exactly the word or phrase wanted; just the right word or phrase
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A plant part that usually grows underground, secures the plant in place, absorbs minerals and water, and stores food manufactured by leaves and other plant parts. Roots grow in a root system. Eudicots and magnoliids have a central, longer, and larger taproot with many narrower lateral roots branching off, while monocots have a mass of threadlike fibrous roots , which are roughly the same length and remain close to the surface of the soil. In vascular plants, roots usually consist of a central cylinder of vascular tissue, surrounded by the pericycle and endodermis, then a thick layer of cortex, and finally an outer epidermis or (in woody plants) periderm. Only finer roots (known as feeder roots) actively take up water and minerals, generally in the uppermost meter of soil. These roots absorb minerals primarily through small epidermal structures known as root hairs. In certain plants, adventitious roots grow out from the stem above ground as aerial roots or prop roots, bending down into the soil, to facilitate the exchange of gases or increase support. Certain plants (such as the carrot and beet) have fleshy storage roots with abundant parenchyma in their vascular tissues.
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(Usually in the plural) news; new information
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Antonyms for Word

Doubt; uncertainty
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A period of time without speech or noise.
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The definition of a breach is a break, or violation.
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The result of breaking, as a crack, separation, or opening:
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Words Related to Word

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A sound or combination of sounds that symbolizes and communicates a meaning
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A binding, formal arrangement or an agreement to a liability to pay a specified amount or to do a certain thing for a person or group of persons. See also duty and liability.
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The period of time during which this takes place
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Knowledge is defined as what is learned, understood or aware of.
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Sharp disagreement or opposition, as of interests or ideas; clash
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