Similar Words
cknowing, cnowing, kknowing, kmowimg, knnowinng, knoowing, knowiing, knowin, knowingg, knownig, knowwing, nowing

Knowing — synonyms, knowing antonyms, definition

1. knowing (a) archaic

24 synonyms
alert attentive awake cognisant cognizant conscious expressive feeling intelligent keen known logical meaning poignant pointed pragmatic rational reasonable reasoning sensible • • •

2. knowing (Verb) archaic

48 synonyms
acknowledging banging bedding being intimate boffing bonking cognising cognizing diddling doing it effing experiencing frigging fucking getting it on getting laid having a go at it having intercourse having it away having it off • • •
1 antonym
11 definitions

knowing (Verb) — Be cognizant or aware of a fact or a specific piece of information; possess knowledge or information about. ex. "I know that the President lied to the people" ex. "I want to know who is winning the game!" ex. "I know it's time"

knowing (Verb) — Be aware of how to do or perform something. ex. "She knows how to knit" ex. "Does your husband know how to cook?"

knowing (Verb) — Be aware of the truth of something; have a belief or faith in something; regard as true beyond any doubt. ex. "I know that I left the key on the table" ex. "Galileo knew that the earth moves around the sun"

knowing (Verb) — Be familiar or acquainted with a person or an object. ex. "She doesn't know this composer" ex. "Do you know my sister?" ex. "We know this movie" ex. "I know him under a different name"

knowing (Verb) — Have firsthand knowledge of states, situations, emotions, or sensations. ex. "I know the feeling!"

knowing (Verb) — Accept (someone) to be what is claimed or accept his power and authority.

knowing (Verb) — Have fixed in the mind. ex. "I know Latin" ex. "This student knows her irregular verbs" ex. "Do you know the poem well enough to recite it?"

knowing (Verb) — Know the nature or character of. ex. "we all knew her as a big show-off"

knowing (Verb) — Be able to distinguish, recognize as being different. ex. "The child knows right from wrong"

knowing (Verb) — Perceive as familiar. ex. "I know this voice!"

knowing (Verb) — Have sexual intercourse.

30 types of
accepting agnising agnizing calling back calling up copulating coupling differentiating distinguishing experiencing going through mating pairing realising realizing recalling recognising recognizing recollecting remembering • • •
26 types
agnising agnizing anticipating being on the ball being with it controlling foreknowing foreseeing fornicating getting the hang having having down keeping track knowing the score knowing what's going on knowing what's what living over mastering prevising realising • • •

3. knowing (Adjective) archaic

11 synonyms
deliberate intentional knowledgable knowledgeable learned lettered well-educated well-read well-versed wise wise to
4 definitions

knowing (Adjective) — Evidencing the possession of inside information.

knowing (Adjective) — Characterized by conscious design or purpose. ex. "a knowing attempt to defraud"

knowing (Adjective) — Alert and fully informed. ex. "a knowing collector of rare books"

knowing (Adjective) — Highly educated; having extensive information or understanding. ex. "knowing instructors"

4. knowing (Noun) archaic

1 definition

knowing (Noun) — A clear and certain mental apprehension.

1 type of
higher cognitive process
16 types
apprehension awareness cognisance cognizance consciousness discernment farsightedness foresight incognizance ken know knowingness prevision prospicience savvy understanding