verb (used with object), ac·knowl·edged, ac·knowl·edg·ing.
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Much like Jamie, he acknowledges—but will not capitulate to—the circumscribed world they create.
She acknowledges that someone helped Seda get to Hamzat in Syria, although Leila declines to say if it was friend or a relative.
Michael Rosen, executive vice president of communications at Autism Speaks, acknowledges that no one on the board has autism.
Sclove was, at the absolute least, ambivalent; even Kopin acknowledges that.Exclusive: Brown University Student Speaks Out on What It’s Like to Be Accused of Rape|Cathy Young|June 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Rudy acknowledges there are no easy answers nor perfect endings.
In any case, the man is an accessory before the fact to a thing which he acknowledges wrong on the part of its performer.
Fanaticism, which feels its weakness and implores the arm of authority, despite itself, acknowledges its defeat.
He acknowledges, however, that he has been greatly helped and relieved by me, so as to be less easily shaken.Letters of John Calvin, Volume I (of 4)|Jules Bonnet
Well, beauty is a wonderful gift; that is, the transcendent beauty that every one acknowledges.
He acknowledges himself, with St. Jerome against Vigilantius, that the saints who are in heaven appear sometimes visibly to men.The Phantom World|Augustin Calmet