Related formsknow·ing·ly, adverbknow·ing·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for knowingly
An Army National Guard colonel charged with knowingly exposing a woman to HIV faced his accuser in a military courtroom on Monday.Commando Colonel Accused of Exposing his Lover to HIV|Jacob Siegel|November 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
What remains unclear is just how many women McFarland may have knowingly put in danger of contracting HIV.Alabama Church Says HIV-Positive Preacher Slept With Flock|Matthew Paul Turner|October 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Assad has been accused of knowingly leaving room for ISIS to grow, the better to weaken the less radical rebels.Beirut Letter: In Lebanon, Fighting ISIS With Culture and Satire|Kim Ghattas|September 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Richard Dawkins recently tweeted that knowingly birthing a baby with Down syndrome is immoral.
“Thirty minutes alone with a man is enough for him to annihilate you,” she remarks, knowingly.Meet The Former Call Girl Saving Hookers For Jesus|Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig|July 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Upon being asked the reason of this strange order he said knowingly, "If you get up with the sun perhaps you will see the reason."It Is Never Too Late to Mend|Charles Reade
I am convinced that not one man in ten who reads, reads poetry—at any rate, knowingly.Literary Taste: How to Form It|Arnold Bennett
"Ay, and it was that last puck that nearly lost him his life," continued Tom, knowingly enough.
Maybe he had knowingly and willingly stepped out of his former life.Forget Me Nearly|Floyd L. Wallace
Could she knowingly be the accomplice of such an odious crime?The Widow Lerouge|Emile Gaboriau