knowingly knowingly  /ˈnoʊ ɪŋ li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) with full knowledge and deliberation

Usage(s):

  1. FBI agents arrest suspects Najibullah Zazi, 24, and his father Mohammed Zazi, 53, on the charges of knowingly making false statements to the FBI in a matter involving terrorism.
  2. And come onit's the one place on the Net where people willingly, knowingly click on ads, like Nike's legendary clip of sharpshooting soccer star Ronaldinho.
  3. Maximino Garcia, president and owner of the company, was charged with 40 counts of knowingly employing unauthorized workers, including conspiracy to commit money laundering.

News

  1. 7-Eleven used in 13-year employee scam

    Nine owners and managers of more than 12 7-Eleven stores were arrested today for knowingly hiring and mistreating illegal immigrants in a scheme that made millions. read more
    on June 18, 2013     Source: TheCelebrityCafe.com

  2. Rutherford man pleads guilty to attempting to bribe authorities to get out of drugs, weapons charges

    On Monday, June 17, 36-year-old Mahmud Hammad also known as "Mahmoud Abuhabdeh" plead guilty before U.S. District Judge Dennis M. Cavanaugh, to knowingly and corruptly offering, giving and agreeing to give a corrupt payment to influence and reward Passaic County Prosecutor's Office personnel.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: The Record

  3. Nushawn Williams Back in Court

    Convicted rapist who knowingly infected women with HIV is in court.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: WKBW-TV Buffalo

Quotes

  1. "If what I did was an error in judgment on my part, I apologize," Pettitte said. "Everything else written or said about me knowingly using illegal drugs is nonsense, wrong and hurtful. I have the utmost respect for baseball and have always...
    on Dec 17, 2007 By: Andy Pettitte Source: St. Louis Post-Dispatch

  2. Macpherson has told News Limited she had "never knowingly consumed or encouraged the use or consumption of any products which contain material derived from endangered species".
    on Jul 6, 2010 By: Elle Macpherson Source: ABC Online

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