know as

VERB
  1. assign a specified (usually proper) proper name to
    They named their son David
    The new school was named after the famous Civil Rights leader
  2. look on as or consider
    He thinks of himself as a brilliant musician
    she looked on this affair as a joke
    He is reputed to be intelligent
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How To Use know as In A Sentence

  • Faux economics is different, because, as I stated, doctors know as much about economics as they do about farming.
  • Americans of this time spread their Hallowe’en celebrations from the 31st of October until the morning of the 3rd of November, a period know as Allhallowtide. Hallowe’en In the Gilded Age | Edwardian Promenade
  • You know as well as I do that it was decreed that normal civilities don't apply to you or your cohort.
  • Yeh said that the trees, also know as paulownia trees in English, used to be an important source of income for the Hakka.
  • I hope, I yearn to see that it all comes from some great and perfect will, a will with qualities of which what we know as mercy, justice, and love are but faint shadows -- but that is hidden from me. The Altar Fire
  • A-- a flower that we now know as the gardenia was named in his honor. America In So Many Words
  • I'm here to tell you our job is not finished and and we are not going anywhere until it is," Obama said after meeting with government and business leaders in Panama City, Florida. pc tha great album release party @ buck wilds farmerly know as stetsuns my up coming album release party at buck wilds aka stetsuns WN.com - Photown News
  • We know asteroids have hit earth before. The Sun
  • It is a spiritual ingredient, composed, when one comes to analyse it, of two chemical elements; of what might be called aesthetic egoism and of what we know as philosophic scepticism. Suspended Judgments Essays on Books and Sensations
  • And then there's losing a child, which, by all accounts, is so horrendous that what we know as grief barely applies. Latest stories
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