cognizance

  1. having knowledge of
  2. range of what one can know or understand
  3. range or scope of what is perceived

Cognizance

• (n.) The distinguishing mark worn by an armed knight, usually upon the helmet, and by his retainers and followers: Hence, in general, a badge worn by a retainer or dependent, to indicate the person or party to which he belonged; a token by which a thing may be known. • (n.) Recollection; recognition. • (n.) The hearing a matter jud...
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cognizance

noun range of what one can know or understand; `beyond my ken`
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Cognizance

Cog'ni·zance noun [ Old French conissance , conoissance , French connaissance , Late Latin cognoscentia , from Latin cognoscere to know. See Cognition , and confer Cognoscence , Connoisseur .] 1. Apprehension by the understanding; per...
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cognizance

cognizance, cognisance 1. Conscious knowledge or recognition; awareness. 2. The range of what one can know or understand. 3. Observance; notice: 'We will take cognizance of your objections at the proper time.' 4. In law, acknowledgment, recognition, or jurisdiction; the assumption of jurisdiction in a case. 5. In heraldry, a crest or badge worn ...
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cognizance

cognizance, cognoscence 1. Conscious knowledge or recognition; awareness. 2. The range of what one can know or understand. 3. Observance; notice: 'We will take cognizance of your objections at an appropriate time.' 4. In law, an acknowledgment, recognition, or jurisdiction; the assumption of jurisdiction in a case. 5. In heraldry, a crest or bad...
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cognizance

[n] - range of what one can know or understand 2. [n] - range or scope of what is perceived
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