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Cognize  v. t.  To know or perceive; to recognize. "The reasoning faculty can deal with no facts until they are cognized by it."






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Cognize" Quotes from Famous Books



... slow vibrations is perceptible to us as sound; another small set of much more rapid vibrations affects us as light; and again another set as electric action: but there are immense numbers of intermediate vibrations which produce no result which our physical senses can cognize at all. Now it will readily be seen that if all, or even some only, of these intermediates, with all the complications producible by differences of wave-length, are perceptible on the astral plane, our comprehension ...
— The Astral Plane - Its Scenery, Inhabitants and Phenomena • C. W. Leadbeater



Words linked to "Cognize" :   agnize, ignore, recognize, realise, cognitive, keep track, agnise, cognizance, recognise



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