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Correct spelling for AKNOWLAGE
We think the word aknowlage is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for aknowlage
- Analogue(Definition of analogue)
- Enlarge(Definition of enlarge)
- Acknowledge(Definition of acknowledge)
It is acknowledged by every body that the first six books in the original are the best, and the most perfect; but the last six are so in mr. dryden's translation.
There must be a creed, or conviction, claiming authority over the whole of human life; a belief, or set of beliefs, deliberately adopted, respecting human destiny and duty, to which the believer inwardly acknowledges that all his actions ought to be subordinate.
This etext was produced from analog january 1963.
There was a pianist who was a very clever artist, and found out at once the notes that yielded no response on the instrument, and who, like his more fashionable analogue, regularly required stimulants after playing a waltz.
And since these are my sentiments i need not enlarge on the zest with which i shall join in the discussion suggested by mr. jebb as to the most irresistible method of laying before him who has come among us the plain fact that this chaos called a city is but a huge charnel-house of human misery.
I acknowledge her power, and i keep out of her way.