Definition of Cognizing

1. Verb. (present participle of cognize) ¹



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Definition of Cognizing

1. cognize [v] - See also: cognize

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cognizing

cognitivist
cognizable
cognizably
cognizance
cognizances
cognizant
cognization
cognizaunce
cognize
cognized
cognizee
cognizees
cognizer
cognizers
cognizes
cognizing (current term)
cognizor
cognizors
cognomen
cognomens
cognometrics
cognomina
cognominal
cognominals
cognomination
cognosce
cognosced
cognoscence
cognoscente
cognoscenti

Literary usage of Cognizing

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1. Autology: An Inductive System of Mental Science; Whose Centre is the Will by David Henry Hamilton (1873)
"Remembering, then, and cognizing here once more appear to be one and the same act. SECT. V. THE REASON REMEMBERS. E. The mutual relation of believing, ..."

2. System of Christian Doctrine by Carl Immanuel Nitzsch (1849)
"OF THE LAWS OP cognizing CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. | 36. SOURCE AND INTERPRETATION. It is not sufficient for mankind, that, along with Christianity, ..."

3. The Logic of Introspection; Or, Method in Mental Science: Or, Method in by John Brodhead Wentworth (1886)
"Intuitive Perception the only way of cognizing actual Existence. By meditating upon the rationally perceived ... No way of cognizing an entity, or a nature, ..."

4. Elements of Intellectual Philosophy by Joseph Alden (1866)
"CHAPTER IL THE MIND'S cognizing POWER—FACULTIES—MENTAL ANALYSIS. THE mind has capacities for action. It can do various things. It can know, it can feel, ..."

5. Christian Ethics by Adolf Wuttke, John Power Lacroix (1873)
"(1) General (universal) appropriation is cognizing or learning. ... Learning or cognizing is therefore moral : (a) in that it seeks to appropriate to itself ..."

6. Library of Mesmerism and Psychology by William Fishbough, John B. Newman, John Bovee Dods, Joseph W. Haddock (1874)
"CHAPTER I, THE COGNIZABLE AND THE cognizing THE starting point of all thought and investigation with every human being, is his own interior consciousness. ..."

7. The Macrocosm and Microcosm, Or, The Universe Without and the Universe by William Fishbough (1852)
"CHAPTER I. THE COGNIZABLE AND THE cognizing. THE starting point of all thought and investigation with every human being, is his own interior consciousness. ..."

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