Knowledge and Tell


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Knowledge noun – A body of facts learned by study or experience.
Tell and knowledge are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Tell" instead a verb "Knowledge".
Nearby Word: knowledgeable
Synonyms for Knowledge


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Tell verb – To give an oral or written account of in some detail.
Knowledge and tell are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Knowledge" instead a verb "Tell".
Nearby Words: telling, teller
Synonyms for Tell

Both words in one sentence

  • Sealed Room in the Middle of Nowhere: Juno's plan to prevent Bellower from reviving was to magically seal him into a box without anyone's knowledge and tell the Ravens to drop that box into the Blue River, which flows into the ocean.
  • However, they can't just tell us everything; instead, everything they know is encrypted with keys that are based on the knowledge contained inside.
  • They can't tell anyone about what they do, but the truth is that they save the world all the time without our knowledge...well, sometimes they make things worse, without our knowledge either.
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