Everything of which we are cognisant by means of our bodily senses appears and disappears.
“I surely could not have said so, as I am not cognisant of the fact,” answered Munebrega blandly.
The night was still and thronged with stars, that seemed to watch her tenderly and to be cognisant of her love.
He seemed so overwhelmed with his own sensations as not to be cognisant of his companion's.
I say no longer disguised—but of this the skipper made me cognisant.
He was not in touch with us or cognisant with our aim, nor did he allow for our limitations.
A dog acts as if he had all the different kinds of impressions of sensation of which each of us is cognisant.
But I don't at all think that they were cognisant of the attack on shore.'
I shall not prevent your going, although of course I must not be cognisant of your having so done.
I wonder how many hundreds were cognisant of this red-headed Spanish corpse?