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  • verb archaic Third-person singular simple present indicative form of acknowledge.


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acknowledge +‎ -eth


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  • “It was,” answered the knight, “I acknowledge it; even as he that acknowledgeth —”

    The Monastery 2008

  • And where St. Paul says, "We shall rise spiritual bodies," 435 he acknowledgeth the nature of spirits, but that they are bodily spirits; which is not difficult to understand.

    Leviathan 2007

  • Gorrheus acknowledgeth in his medicinal definitions, the species are infinite, but they may be reduced to three kinds by reason of their seat; head, body, and hypochrondries.

    Anatomy of Melancholy 2007

  • That it is a cause all the world acknowledgeth, Dolor nonnullis insaniae causa fuit, et aliorum morborum insanabilium, saith

    Anatomy of Melancholy 2007

  • Apoplexia, Ficinus, Fernelius, &c. [1292] P. Cnemander acknowledgeth the stars an universal cause, the particular from parents, and the use of the six non-natural things.

    Anatomy of Melancholy 2007

  • Physic (as Hippocrates defines it) is nought else but [2882] addition and subtraction; and as it is required in all other diseases, so in this of melancholy it ought to be most accurate, it being (as [2883] Mercurialis acknowledgeth) so common an affection in these our times, and therefore fit to be understood.

    Anatomy of Melancholy 2007

  • Theomestus a young and lusty gallant acknowledgeth (in the said author) all this to be verified in him,

    Anatomy of Melancholy 2007

  • To do those things to another which he takes for signs of honour, or which the law or custom makes so, is to honour; because in approving the honour done by others, he acknowledgeth the power which others acknowledge.

    Leviathan 2007

  • This St. Austin acknowledgeth of himself in his humble confessions, promptness of wit, memory, eloquence, they were

    Anatomy of Melancholy 2007

  • Whosoever denieth the Son, the same hath not the Father: he that acknowledgeth the Son hath the Father also.

    Probably Just One Of Those Funny Coincidences 2006


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