knowing; aware; conscious.
North England. knowledge.
- wit·ting·ly, adverb
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How to use witting in a sentence
Google will have to proactively police the ecosystem if it is to live up to its promise of closing less scrupulous actors in the Android ecosystem that may seek to track device users without their witting consent.Making sense of Google’s plan to limit tracking on Android | Ronan Shields | February 18, 2022 | Digiday
Spain arrogated to herself unlimited power over the nations she had founded, witting not that they were nations.Ponce de Leon | William Pilling
This, however, cannot be expected till they see clearly that foreign iron-masters are witting to co-operate.Life's Handicap | Rudyard Kipling
Complacently he sat and smiled, little witting that his son's ordeal was imminent, and that his son's ordeal was to be his own.The Ordeal of Richard Feverel, Complete | George Meredith
You feel that you are capable of out-witting your uncle, and you take the earliest opportunity of "talking it over" with Alice.The Matador of the Five Towns and Other Stories | Arnold Bennett
To all this problem, vexing so many generations, the clear and witting touch of Lincoln's sacrificial penitence is the master key.Abraham Lincoln's Cardinal Traits; | Clark S. Beardslee
British Dictionary definitions for witting
deliberate; intentional: a witting insult
- wittingly, adverb
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