- possessing or exhibiting knowledge, insight, or understanding; intelligent; well-informed; discerning; perceptive.
Origin of knowledgeable
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Examples from the Web for knowledgeably
She speaks very authoritatively and knowledgeably about this issue, she is committed to campaigning on it for the long term.Why Does Congress Listen to Celebrities like Ben Affleck?
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And how would you propose to approach the matter so as to deal with it knowledgeably?Rejected of Men
- possessing or indicating much knowledge
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Word Origin and History for knowledgeably
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