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Correct spelling for KNOWLEDGMENT
We think the word knowledgment 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 knowledgment
- Document(Definition of document)
- Enlargement(Definition of enlargement)
- Acknowledgment(Definition of acknowledgment)
- Judgment(Definition of judgment)
- Ligament(Definition of ligament)
- Integument(Definition of integument)
A human document as striking as it is unusual....
The centre is also similar to the last named, only that there is no pistil or enlargement amongst the stamina.
Alexander at first retired to his tent in a rage, and shut himself up there, not feeling any gratitude to those who had prevented his crossing the ganges, but regarding a retreat as an acknowledgment of defeat.
He would never sit in judgment upon her; he would not bring misfortune and suffering upon his only child.
Poupart's ligament, 5, being the line of union between the oblique aponeurosis of the abdominal muscle and the fascia lata, merely overarches the femoral sheath, and does not separate it absolutely from the spermatic sheath.
A more frequent type of injury involved chiefly the integument, which had been ripped open by the teeth, claws, or bills of adversaries, despite the fact that the skin is remarkably tough and leathery.
Grass is the nap of the fields; it is the undergarment of the hills.