verb (used with object), cog·nized, cog·niz·ing.
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Origin of cognize
OTHER WORDS FROM cognizecog·niz·er, nounpre·cog·nize, verb (used with object), pre·cog·nized, pre·cog·niz·ing.un·cog·nized, adjective
Words nearby cognize
Example sentences from the Web for cognize
Take away matter, and mortal mind could not cognize its own so-called substance, and this so-called mind would have no identity.Unity of Good|Mary Baker Eddy
We can only cognize the ever-succeeding phenomena of existence as a line in continuous and eternal evolution.A Few Words About the Devil|Charles Bradlaugh
Man is more than physical personality, or what we cognize through the material senses.No and Yes|Mary Baker Eddy
We should not seek to perceive an object otherwise than by the faculty that is suitable to cognize it.Plotinos: Complete Works, v. 2|Plotinos (Plotinus)
See'st thou, then, how all things in cognizing use rather their own faculty than the faculty of the things which they cognize?The Consolation of Philosophy|Boethius