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aware knowing or mindful; conscious (usu. fol. by "of").
bet to feel sure or confident without knowing (something) as a fact. [1/7 definitions]
-gnomy the art or science of knowing or interpreting.
idiom a verbal expression that cannot be understood merely by knowing the individual meanings of its elements, as with the phrase "break down," meaning "to lose one's mental stability." [1/4 definitions]
intuition the power of knowing or apprehending something directly, without learning it consciously or submitting it to processes of logic. [1/3 definitions]
lost not knowing where one is. [1/7 definitions]
make allowance (or allowances) for to be lenient toward (someone) due to knowing and understanding why a certain behavior has occurred; excuse; pardon. [1/2 definitions]
meddle to deal with or use something without knowing or caring what one is doing; tamper. [1/2 definitions]
omniscient infinite in knowledge; all-knowing. [1/3 definitions]
polyglot using or knowing several languages; multilingual. [1/5 definitions]
prejudice an opinion, judgment, preference, or conception formed without knowing or examining the facts. [1/6 definitions]
skeptic one who doubts the possibility of really knowing anything, esp. a member of the ancient Greek school that adopted this view as a philosophy. [1/3 definitions]
smirk to smile in a self-satisfied, offensively knowing, or self-conscious way. [3 definitions]
suspect to have a theory or feeling that a certain thing is true without knowing what the facts are. [2/7 definitions]
suspense the state of being between not knowing and knowing. [1/3 definitions]
uncertain not knowing with certainty; doubtful or unsure. [1/3 definitions]
universal including or knowing many skills or subjects; broad. [1/6 definitions]
unknowing not knowing; unaware; ignorant.
witting knowing or aware. [1/2 definitions]