know-all

NOUN
  1. someone who thinks he knows everything and refuses to accept advice or information from others
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How To Use know-all In A Sentence

  • This know-all, bossyboots Government has said that people should not have the money, and that they must have a holiday.
  • Some know-alls blame the woman for having accepted a lift late in the evening.
  • But Barker? as the show's know-all, know-nothing pawnshop assistant, dispensing gnomic advice about women and America? appears in almost every episode and is (alongside fellow standups Kristen Schaal and Rhys Darby) one-fifth of the idiosyncratic quintet that made the show so kookily enjoyable. Arj Barker: Landing of the Conchord
  • Well, they CAN, Richard," in that irritating know-all tone Gray has. Liverpool's European Losers Cup outing is enough to make ad men mad | Martin Kelner
  • `Buks played the know-all tough guy, which seemed to make them only more suspicious. A DAYSTAR OF FEAR
  • Even the codiscoverer of the DNA double helix, Sir Francis Crick, displayed humility that is totally lacking in the present day know-alls.
  • Some of them seem to change from ordinary members of the public into pretentious know-alls who have a totally disproportionate impression of their status.
  • Get off their backs, and get the rest of the gurus and government know-alls off their backs at the same time.
  • And to show what a know-all he is, he names them: Villa, Albion, Wednesday, Forest, Stanley, County, Wanderers, North End, City, Rovers and Heath.
  • And, among the contestants, David Fynn as the bumptious know-all, Hayley Gallivan as a lovelorn loser and Harry Hepple as the guy with the erectile issues make their mark. The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee - review
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