knowledgeability knowledgeability


  • (n) wisdom as evidenced by the possession of knowledge



  1. This week's cover story on camping we hope is such a blending, combining a writer's enthusiastic findings with the knowledgeability contributed by some old hands.
  2. At a Grateful Dead concert, usually a four-or five-hour affair, the typical freak is a blend of drug hunger, male lonerism and musical knowledgeability.
  3. Altman tours the present gay world with the knowledgeability of a participant.


  • "The mistake," Hume said, "raises not the question about his knowledgeability - we all kind of believe that he has that. The question perhaps is about his age, which is an issue . . . that he might have had kind of a senior moment there. And I think...
    on Mar 25, 2008 By: Brit Hume Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

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