Definition of Know apart

1. Verb. Recognize or perceive the difference.




Lexicographical Neighbors of Know Apart

knotwort
knotworts
knouleche
knout
knouted
knouting
knoutings
knouts
know'd
know-all
know-alls
know-how
know-it-all
know-it-alls
know apart (current term)
know beans about
know every trick in the book
know from a bar of soap
know in one's bones
know like the back of one's hand
know like the palm of one's hand
know nothing
know one's mind
know one's onions
know one's own mind
know one's stuff
know one's way around
know someone from Adam

Literary usage of Know apart

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Eurobarometer: Public Opinion in the European Union edited by Harald Hartung (2000)
"Which two "foreign" languages are the most useful to know Asked which two languages people consider the most useful to know apart from their mother ..."

2. Philosophy: What is It? by Frank Byron Jevons (1914)
"And we never find ourselves apart from everything we know. Neither do we ever find the things we know apart from ourselves. How can we? If we find them, ..."

3. The Helpful Science by St. George Jackson Mivart (1895)
"we can never know apart from our various " feelings" or " states of consciousness." We can never know our own self, they tell us, unmodified; that is, ..."

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