Definition of Cognosced
1. cognosce [v] - See also: cognosce
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Literary usage of Cognosced
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Greatest Works of the Greatest Authors, Ancient and Modern (1894)
"THAT MAN OUGHT TO BE cognosced. He who overlooks a healthy spot for the site of his house is mad, and ought to be handed over и the care of his relations ..."
2. An Institute of the Law of Scotland: In Four Books : in the Order of Sir ...by John Erskine, James Ivory by John Erskine, James Ivory (1828)
"The idiot, furious or imbecile person must be cognosced as such by the sentence of a judge, ib. Mode of doing so, 200, 49. ..."
3. A Complete System of Conveyancing: Adapted to the Present Practice of by Juridical Society of Edinburgh (1907)
"This brieve is directed to the Lord President of the Court of Session, and instructs him to inquire whether the person sought to bo cognosced is insane, ..."
4. A Handbook of the Law of Scotland by James Lorimer, Russell Bell (1885)
"To entitle the father to act in this capacity after majority, however, the child must be cognosced. (Fraser, 534.) Mr. Bell is of opinion that the father ..."
5. The Practice of the Court of Session: On the Basis of the Late Mr. Darling's by Charles Farquhar Shand, James Johnston Darling (1848)
"Fatuous and furious persons, when cognosced, seem in a situation similar to that of ... If not cognosced, it was at one time held, that the action might be ..."