knowledge in a sentece

Knowledge Meaning in English

  • Understanding
  • Result of Knowing
  • That which is known
  • Familiarity
  • Gained by experience
  • Learning

Knowledge Meaning in Punjabi

  • ਸੂਝ
  • ਸੋਝੀ
  • ਗਿਆਨ
  • ਜਾਣਕਾਰੀ
  • ਵਿਦਿਆ
  • ਪਛਾਣ
  • ਵਾਕਫ਼ੀ

Knowledge Meaning in Hindi

  • सूझ
  • बोध
  • ज्ञान
  • जानकारी
  • विद्या
  • परिचय

Example Sentences

  1. Library is a treasure-house of knowledge.
  2. Examinations are tests for evaluating students’ knowledge.
  3. Books are a great-treasure house of knowledge.
  4. Knowledge is developed by reading a newspaper.
  5. Her knowledge is deep and her thoughts are high.
  6. Knowledge differentiates man from other living beings.
  7. Knowledge is the mother of all discoveries and inventions.
  8. Knowledge is power.
  9. All the great discoveries and inventions on which modern life is based are but the manifestations of the power of knowledge.
  10. Some snake-charmers have the knowledge of controlling snake-biting.
  11. Knowledge is the godmother of all discoveries, explorations and inventions.
  12. It is now time to test your knowledge.
  13. A visit to fair increases our knowledge.
  14. Work becomes irksome due to lack of knowledge.
  15. Value-based seeds of knowledge are to be sown in the early stages of a person’s life so that these can blossom in the future.
  16. A statesman who does not possess a perfect knowledge of the world will create havoc for his country.
  17. Television is a source of entertainment, information and knowledge.
  18. A man of knowledge commands respects everywhere.
  19. Schools are a fountain of knowledge: some students come to drink, some to sip and others just to gargle.
  20. Reading is necessary to enrich one’s knowledge and make the study interesting.
  21. An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.
  22. Upgradation of knowledge is a never-ending process for an effective person.
  23. Knowledge is the godmother of all discoveries, explorations and inventions.
  24. He has a good knowledge of proverbs and sayings.
  25. Her thirst for knowledge was insatiable.
  26. Try to increase your knowledge in new areas.
  27. He is very boastful about his knowledge in philosophy.
  28. He has no knowledge of anything.
  29. Books are very useful because they provide us knowledge.
  30. Knowledge without common sense is useless.
  31. He kept this knowledge to himself.
  32. Only bookish knowledge is not enough.
  33. He has travelled across the globe and has achieved endless knowledge.
  34. He is famed for his knowledge.
  35. Mostly man gains knowledge through observation and experimentation.
  36. He has an insatiate desire for knowledge.
  37. A teacher lights thousands of lamps with the flicker of his knowledge.
  38. I gather knowledge from every possible source.
  39. His knowledge of the subject is very poor.
  40. Bookish knowledge is not enough to pass a test.
  41. A little knowledge is always dangerous.
  42. Practical experience is preferable to bookish knowledge.
  43. He has got a very superficial knowledge of the subject.
  44. He is in the habit of hawing off his knowledge.
  45. Human knowledge is cumulative.
  46. Books add to our knowledge.
  47. He is famed for his knowledge.
  48. I have a great thirst for knowledge.
  49. His English knowledge is very poor.
  50. He likes to air his knowledge.
  51. As per my knowledge he is an honest man.
  52. What is the use of knowledge to him ?
  53. He has a good knowledge of Sanskrit.
  54. I gather knowledge from every possible source.
  55. He has no practical knowledge of accounts.
  56. Knowledge is power.
  57. Her knowledge is limited to that of a school girl.
  58. Youth is the time when we can collect knowledge.
  59. He has no knowledge of grammar.
  60. It is a matter of common knowledge.
  61. I have acquired a good knowledge of English.
  62. Knowledge is preferable to riches.
  63. I marvel at the extent of your knowledge of history.
  64. None can claim completeness of knowledge in any field.
  65. My knowledge of biology is very much limited.
  66. They have no knowledge or experience of the practical problems of everyday life.
  67. We should keep abreast of the rest of world in knowledge.
  68. I have a good knowledge of Physics.
  69. How can television increase our knowledge of the outside world?
  70. Television can increase our knowledge of the outer world there are high quality programs that help us understand many fields of study,
  71. science, medicine, arts and so on.
  72. Books provide us with knowledge.
  73. Use examples from your personal knowledge and experience.
  74. His appetite for knowledge is insatiable.
  75. In today’s competitive world, a broad knowledge is needed to succeed in any field.
  76. Knowledge is a treasure.
  77. The book is a repository of knowledge.
  78. It is our duty to acquire a good knowledge of our mother-tongue.
  79. I have never denied that my knowledge is limited.
  80. I am bound by the limits of my little knowledge.
  81. A little knowledge does in fact no good, but a great deal of harm.
  82. He reads books to keep his knowledge up-to-date.
  83. He is always picking up very heavy things just to show off his strength.
  84. He had a good knowledge of mathematics.
  85. Our knowledge on the problem is rather limited.
  86. It is quite possible to pass an examination by cramming without acquiring a sound knowledge of the subject.
  87. Your knowledge surprises me.
  88. He has a working knowledge of grammar.
  89. I have no knowledge of the person referred to.
  90. In order to shape our present and future, we must have a knowledge of past also.
  91. It is because of books that knowledge spreads from one place to the other and from one mind to the other.
  92. He had working knowledge of mankind’s troubles.
  93. Knowledge is power.
  94. They give us knowledge which we do not get from text books.
  95. A man of knowledge enjoys superiority over his fellowmen.
  96. A little knowledge often makes a man vain and haughty.
  97. Choose only that subject of which you have knowledge and in which you take interest.
  98. Your knowledge of English is not satisfactory.
  99. We shall not be able to avail a good deal of knowledge of the world if we do not know English.
  100. It is because of books that knowledge has spread.
  101. I must turn this knowledge of arithmetic to practical use.
  102. These writings are full of knowledge and wisdom.
  103. I tested his knowledge of cricket.
  104. Books give us knowledge of new things, new places and new people.
  105. One can update one’s knowledge by reading regularly in a library.
  106. He does not give only bookish knowledge to the students.
  107. They lay stress on bookish knowledge only.
  108. He does not pretend to claim perfect knowledge in this matter.
  109. His knowledge is limited to that of a school girl.
  110. Bookish knowledge is not enough to pass a test.
  111. I have a good working knowledge of Hindi, Punjabi and Bali.
  112. What is the use of knowledge to him ?
  113. To my knowledge he is an honest and responsible man.
  114. He has no knowledge of music.
  115. His knowledge of Physics is still elementary.
  116. The knowledge of English is essential to study science and technology.
  117. He does not give only bookish knowledge to the students.
  118. I possess a good knowledge of Punjabi and Hindi.
  119. They get the knowledge of the latest and the best in their fields.
  120. You may give relevant examples from your knowledge and experience.
  121. You may give solutions based on your knowledge and experience.
  122. Give examples from your knowledge and experience.
  123. Scientific knowledge has revolutionised man’s health care.
  124. Psychological and criminological studies have opened new vistas in the knowledge of human behavior.
  125. Grammatical knowledge is essential.
  126. His knowledge of electronics is only elementary he will not be able to repair your TV.
  127. Without proper knowledge it is difficult to work.
  128. As per my knowledge he is an honest man.
  129. What is the use of knowledge to him ?
  130. People who are superstitious have no scientific knowledge about the forces of nature.
  131. It can be a very enjoyable activity.
  132. His knowledge of English is poor.
  133. I am innocent, I have no knowledge of this matter.
  134. You must keep up with the scientific knowledge if you want to progress in life.
  135. The little knowledge that he possessed stood him in good stead.
  136. He had a wide knowledge of the business.
  137. The extent of her knowledge is amazing.
  138. She has a good knowledge of mathematics.
  139. She has a wide knowledge of computers.
  140. Try your basic knowledge at the following sentences
  141. Television can increase our knowledge of the outside world.
  142. He has deep knowledge of Vedas and Upanishads.
  143. Science has given us knowledge and power but it has failed to give us wisdom.
  144. Man has been in the quest of knowledge since the early days of civilization.
  145. My knowledge of Hindi is very good.
  146. Your knowledge of English is not satisfactory.
  147. The knowledge or experience of this stage becomes a part and parcel of his whole life.
  148. He gives to his students not only knowledge but high thoughts also.
  149. He gathers knowledge from different sources.
  150. It is always better to have a knowledge .
  151. I am here to share knowledge about how you can take care of your reproductive and mental health.
  152. He does not have any knowledge about any other trades.
  153. The survey focused on general knowledge of children .
  154. He has some knowledge of French.
  155. She married without the knowledge of her parents.
  156. I don’t have much knowledge of physics.
  157. My knowledge of German is poor.
  158. A baby has no knowledge of good and evil.
  159. It’s my belief that knowledge is power.
  160. He has knowledge and experience as well.
  161. His knowledge of French is poor.
  162. His boss has a good opinion of his knowledge of computers.
  163. His extensive knowledge surprises me.
  164. He prides himself on his knowledge of politics.
  165. He has a superficial knowledge of navigation.
  166. He has gained knowledge from various books.
  167. He has a good reading knowledge of French.
  168. He has only a superficial knowledge of the matter.
  169. He acquired some knowledge about.
  170. He has a great knowledge of the linguistic field.
  171. She has little knowledge of science.
  172. He extended the knowledge of biochemistry.
  173. He has some knowledge of editing.
  174. He has a good knowledge of Japanese religion.
  175. She has little knowledge of physics.
  176. She acquired a knowledge of French.
  177. She has an encyclopedic knowledge of cooking.
  178. They don’t have the slightest knowledge of geography.
  179. I have no knowledge about their plans.
  180. You need technical knowledge to understand how this system works.
  181. Your knowledge has made you cynical.
  182. If you have knowledge let others light their candles in it.
  183. I get knowledge by reading books.
  184. Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.
  185. I have little knowledge of biochemistry.
  186. I have a little knowledge of Yoga.
  187. He has a great storehouse of knowledge.

Synonyms of Knowledge

Ability

  • I do not doubt your ability in doing this work.
  • Her ability took her to the top.
  • You’ve lost the ability to concentrate.
  • We decided to employ men of ability irrespective of their experience.
  • I was uncertain of my ability to do it.
  • He has the ability to do the job.
  • I don’t doubt his ability to do it.
  • His ability has been overlooked by his boss.
  • He has the ability to speak ten languages.
  • We have the ability to remember.

Accomplishments

  • History is replete with instances of the glorious accomplishments of youth.
  • His accomplishments speak for themselves.
  • His accomplishments should be written in large letters.

Science

  • Have you taken up arts or science ?
  • The government must invest more money in science and technology.
  • I read mainly science fiction.

Acquaintance

  • I have some acquaintance with Sanskrit.
  • Everybody wants to make the acquaintance of political leaders.
  • I do not have acquaintance with his elder brother.
  • I have a bowing acquaintance with Mr Smith.
  • We have no acquaintance with her.
  • I have a nodding acquaintance with her.
  • I struck up an acquaintance with him.
  • I have some acquaintance with chemistry.
  • He made acquaintance with that woman last year.

Awareness

  • Print and electronic media have played a key role in creating awareness and bringing people closer.

Comprehension

  • It is beyond the comprehension of an average student.

Consciousness

  • Yoga can awaken a new consciousness in a person and mould his entire personality.

Dirt

  • What is the effect of dirt on this machine ?
  • Be gentle while digging out dirt from wet nails.
  • To remove all the dust and dirt accumulated on the scalp, you need to wash your hair at least twice a week.
  • The dirt accumulated .

Doctrine

  • He preached the doctrine of non-violence.
  • He believed in the doctrine of one God.
  • That doctrine will no doubt lead to dismal consequences.

Dope

  • He was found positive in the dope test.

Education

  • Without education a man cannot understand himself properly.
  • Physical education tells us in detail the functions of each and every part of our body.
  • There is an urgent need of moral education in schools and colleges.
  • Should physical education be compulsory or optional ?

Facts

  • You should make sure of the facts before you write something.

Familiarity

  • We noticed her familiarity with that.

Goods

  • His house and goods were sold.
  • His house and goods were sold to pay his debts.
  • Nowadays there is a trend of buying goods even when they are not necessary.
  • He carried the goods in a wagon.
  • We’re having a sale on leather goods today.

Insight

  • She has a feminine insight into human behavior.
  • He has a deep insight into human psychology.
  • He had deep insight into human nature.

Instructions

  • A computer program is a complete list of instruction which the computer performs in order to solve a problem.
  • Read the instructions first.
  • His instruction was apparent.
  • She gives instruction in English.
  • We need some formal instruction in literature.

Intelligence

  • Industry and intelligence must go hand in hand.

Judgement

  • The judgment surprised everyone in court.
  • Your ability to make a sound judgment will stand you in good stead.
  • I didn’t have time to think. I had to make a judgment call.

Erudition

  • His erudition and vast sweep of knowledge comes through in his lecture

Learning

  • Your brother was not learning his lesson.
  • I am also learning to play Cricket.
  • More and more people are learning and doing it regularly.
  • For learning an art or any activity, one needs constant practice.
  • She is learning her lesson.
  • There are certain steps which should be studied for learning the art of translation.
  • The students are learning their lessons.
  • He is learning his lesson.
  • He is learning English with a view to going abroad.

Light

  • When I entered the room, the light was quite dazzling.
  • A light rain fell last night.
  • They turned the light on.
  • The robbers deprived the rich lady of her jewels in broad day light.
  • Do not forget to put out the light before you go to bed.
  • He has been deprived of the light of knowledge.
  • Use dim light bulbs to maintain sleep hygiene.
  • Do not forget to turn the light off before you go to bed.

Observation

  • His keen observation of life helped him become a great writer.
  • It is purely based on observation and analysis.
  • The suspect is under observation.
  • He has been kept under observation for some time.
  • His observation is sharp
  • Close observation is necessary for the experiment.
  • A careful observation will show you the difference.

Philosophy

  • His philosophy of life is based on truth, justice and hard work.
  • Your philosophy of life is different than mine.
  • Today I got to meet my new philosophy teacher.

Picture

  • This is a picture without a fault.
  • This is the best picture that I ever saw.
  • She had a picture taken with an actor.
  • I like the picture painted in water colors.
  • He painted a picture of a dog.
  • His picture was in the newspaper.
  • They completed the picture hand in hand.
  • I took a picture at the decisive moment.

Power

  • It develops the power of concentration and logical thinking.
  • What happens to his power of thinking ?

Principles

  • It is against my principles to borrow money.
  • It is against my principles to tell a lie.
  • My uncle was a man of principles.
  • It is not advisable to change our thoughts and principles time and again.
  • Its principles are related to real and practical life.
  • It is against his principles to bribe people to get his work done.
  • It’s against my principles to gamble.
  • The principles of Newton holds true even today.
  • My principles were at stake and so I resigned.

Proficiency

  • He has attained proficiency in English.
  • We noticed her proficiency in that.
  • He has increased his proficiency in English greatly.

Scholarship

  • He can’t win a scholarship unless he works hard.
  • To get a scholarship is not a child’s play.
  • She will be able to win the scholarship because she is working very hard for it.
  • Your scholarship is sure and certain.
  • I hope to win the scholarship this year.
  • He won a scholarship by dint of hard work.
  • He was refused scholarship not just once but several times.
  • Whether he will be offered the scholarship or not is still in the air.
  • He expects to succeed in winning a scholarship by studying hard.

Scoop

  • He used a scoop to take rice out of the sack.

Theory

  • His impractical theory cut no ice with the management.
  • I must confess that my theory doesn’t account for that fact.
  • Her theory is based on facts.
  • That theory is generally accepted.

Tuition

  • Everyone of the students have paid their tuition fees.
  • I had private tuition in mathematics.
  • I have taken up a part-time job after office to cover your tuition and hostel fees.
  • Have you paid your tuition fees?

Wisdom

  • It contains a lot of wisdom.
  • He nodded his head with apparent wisdom although he seemed puzzled.
  • She is still in teens, but she has the wisdom of a matured woman.
  • My wisdom tooth hurts.

Expertise

Grasp

Know-How

Recognition

Apprehension

Attainments

Cognition

Discernment

Dogma

Enlightenment

Lore

Schooling

Substance

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