Knowingly



[noh-ing] /ˈnoʊ ɪŋ/

adjective
1.
affecting, implying, or deliberately revealing shrewd of secret or private information:
a knowing glance.
2.
that ; having or information; intelligent.
3.
shrewd, sharp, or astute.
4.
conscious; intentional; deliberate.
/ˈnəʊɪŋ/
adjective
1.
suggesting secret information or knowledge
2.
wise, shrewd, or clever
3.
deliberate; intentional
noun
4.
there is no knowing, one cannot tell
adv.

late 14c., from knowing + -ly (2).
adj.

“with knowledge of truth,” late 14c., from present participle of know (v.). Related: Knowingly.

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