knowledgeability

NOUN
  1. wisdom as evidenced by the possession of knowledge
    his dullness was due to lack of initiation
    his knowledgeability impressed me
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How To Use knowledgeability In A Sentence

  • Mr. Cosell shot back in his memoir, He ' d try to compensate for his lack of knowledgeability by singing a song or talking to his imaginary alter ego, Harley Smydlapp, and everybody would write about how funny and irrepressible he was. From Star on Football Field to Cut-Up in Broadcast Booth
  • What matters most and where institutions are performing best is in the quality of instruction and in faculty knowledgeability.
  • There's an animal wildness and a knowledgeability to the experienced lady in the one or two I've known which the younger girl is going to have to wait years to develop. [weekend poll] age and beauty
  • Okay, I'll retract that first para, since DrDick has apparently superior knowledge (I won't say "knowledgeability" like that knobhead on Fox, because that really wound me up). Sadly, No!
  • Not to hold myself up as some paragon of knowledgeability, but over the past 40 years I have used virtually every major camera on the market, and during the past 15 years have tested literally scores of them for print and online reviews.
  • Based on the detainee's folder, the knowledgeability brief and subsequent interrogations by JTF Guantánamo, the detainee is of high intelligence value to the United States. Guantánamo Bay files: Children and senile old men among detainees
  • Too bad Wikipedia history especially when it comes to Taiwan and China doesn't have the neutrality, perspective, knowledgeability, and distance that this has. Reconstructing post-1949 Nationalist History in Taiwan
  • his knowledgeability impressed me
  • “This is when I finally began to realize the breadth and depth of his knowledgeability . . . everything that went into his mind stayed there.” American Sketches
  • This attitude is no longer relevant in a world in which knowledgeability, quality and design are pivotal to success or failure.
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