knowing


knowing
knowing ADJECTIVE 1) suggesting that one has secret knowledge. 2) chiefly derogatory experienced or shrewd, especially excessively or prematurely so.
NOUN the state of being aware or informed.
there is no knowing — Cf. ↑there is no knowing
DERIVATIVES knowingly adverb knowingness noun.

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