knowledgeability


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knowl·edge·a·ble

or knowl·edg·a·ble  (nŏl′ĭ-jə-bəl)
adj.
Possessing or showing knowledge or intelligence; perceptive and well-informed.

knowl′edge·a·bil′i·ty n.
knowl′edge·ably adv.
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Noun1.knowledgeability - wisdom as evidenced by the possession of knowledge; "his knowledgeability impressed me"; "his dullness was due to lack of initiation"
wisdom, wiseness - the trait of utilizing knowledge and experience with common sense and insight
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We are not ready to subscribe to this cynical view of people in power, but we acknowledge this knowledgeability on cybersecurity and we hope our own officials will see the merit of reviewing our present election system and put more safeguards in place,' he added.
We are not ready to subscribe to this cynical view of people in power, but we acknowledge his knowledgeability on cybersecurity and we hope our own officials will see the merit of reviewing our present election system and put more safeguards in place.
Medical providers' oral health knowledgeability, attitudes, and practice behaviors: An opportunity for interprofessional collaboration.
To respond to the accompanying shifts in rationalization, classification, and knowledgeability, scholars have made several attempts to account for current forms of surveillance, whose basic principle was described as a "focused, systematic and routine attention to personal details for purpose of influence, management, protection or direction" (Lyon, 2007, p.
These individuals went above and beyond the expectations for the role, showing exceptional judgment, clarity, knowledgeability, and leadership in reaching a consensus decision while serving on the committee.
Here, too, the search for knowledgeability and trustworthiness is central in these women's attempts to establish security by creating multiple, strategic but tentative contingencies.
further suggest that the "phenomenon knowledgeability, or a bundle of social and cognitive competences, emerges as the main foundation for the potential of innovative thinking" (ibid.
She follows the understanding of knowing in practice being knowledgeability enacted through on-going action.
In case we relied on it, we should consider that the table we see in front of us and a planet detected by the Hubble telescope share the same status of observability and knowledgeability, despite the mechanism of detection being very different in the two cases.
The alternative to the abolition of democratic governance is more democracy--making not only democracy and solutions more complex, but also enhancing the worldwide empowerment and knowledgeability of individuals, groups, and movements who work on environmental issues.
Although it would be wrong to identify Solomon as a celebrity, she was certainly a leading cultural intermediary in the dissemination through magazines and cookbooks of knowledgeability about Asian culinary practices.
com), in just under a year Absa moved from #4 to #1 in helpdesk availability, from #3 to #1 in the "knowledgeability" rating of administrative staff, and from #3 to #1 in the knowledgeability of call center agents, who are able to handle all calls.

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