acknowledgeable

[ US /ækˈnɑɫɪdʒəbəɫ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. capable of being acknowledged
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How To Use acknowledgeable In A Sentence

  • Transmitting any good deeds at the school is viewed as a mortal sin; decency isn’t acknowledgeable. Movie Review: Doubt
  • It is acknowledgeable that the reason for Paul's statements of such deep commitment in the epistles was necessary in order to inspire his readers to the same commitment. Pulpit Magazine
  • As of today, every letter, and especially every E-mail and web-post are indestructible documents, fully acknowledgeable by courts. Measuring Precipitation on Willis' Boots « Climate Audit
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