44 Metaphors for know

The best-known of his religious tales was St. Mary of Egypt, a long poem of exceeding solemnity, condensed from the much longer work of a certain Bishop Coyle.

They are classified by different naturalists under from five to ten distinct species or varieties, the best known being the burrhel of the Himalaya (Ovis burrhel, Blyth); the argali, the large wild sheep of central and northeastern Asia (O. ammon, Linn., or Caprovis argali); the Corsican mouflon (O. musimon, Pal.); the aoudad of the mountains of northern Africa (Ammotragus tragelaphus); and the Rocky Mountain bighorn (O. montana, Cuv.).

This, thou knowest, was always my ruleOnce any other man's, and I know it, and never more mine.

Perhaps the best known among them is N. Hispanica, or Love-in-a-Mist.

Sun Yat-sen (1866-1925), the "Father of the Republic", accordingly laid down three stages of progress in his many works, of which the best-known are San-min chu-i, ("The Three Principles of the People"), and Chien-kuo fang-lüeh ("Plans for the Building up of the Realm").

Thou knowest, when he encountered a thousand horsemen, what was the result, and what he accomplished!

The best known were Poe, Hawthorne, Longfellow, Whittier and Emerson; but there were not a few others whose names are well known to-day.

The best known of these vessels was the Alabama.

Of De Quincey's autobiographical sketches the best known is his Confessions of an English Opium-Eater (1821).

The best known of the Moralities is "Everyman," which has recently been revived in England and America.

The best known of these are the Journal of the Plague Year, in which the horrors of a frightful plague are minutely recorded; the Memoirs of a Cavalier, so realistic that Chatham quoted it as history in Parliament; and several picaresque novels, like Captain Singleton, Colonel Jack, Moll Flanders, and Roxana.

Know is an irregular active-transitive verb, from know, knew, knowing, known; found in the infinitive mood, present tenseno person, or number: and is governed by to; according to Rule 18th, which says, "The infinitive mood is governed in general by the preposition TO, which commonly connects it to a finite verb."

The best known of these is Willcox & Gibbs.

The best known is the following, but it is not so well known that I must therefore omit it.

Best known of them is Mi Fei (ca. 1051-1107), a painter as well as a calligrapher, art collector, and art critic.

whether thy soul Soars fancy's flights beyond the pole, Or darkling grubs this earthly hole In low pursuit; Know, prudent, cautious self-control Is wisdom's root.

The best known of them was Sir Edwin Sandys, the playmate of William Brewsterone of the Pilgrim Fathers (p. 29).

The best known of all the inhabitants of the woods are the squirrels.

The best known of Shakespeare's allusions to England are no doubt those splendid outbursts of patriotism which occur in King John, and Richard II, and Henry V. And of these the dying speech of John of Gaunt, in Richard II, is the deepest in feeling.

Know, Liberty and I are still the same Congenialever mingling flame with flame!

The best-known of these lay sermons is: "The Queen of the Air" (1869), a splendid blending of his fancy with the Greek nature-myths of cloud and storm, represented by Athena, goddess of the heavens, of the earth, and of the heart.

This hill and its outliers are a museum of stone circles and dolmens, the best known of which is the "Helstone," or Stone of the Dead.

The best known of these, and a masterpiece of its kind, is "Absalom and Achitophel," which is undoubtedly the most powerful political satire in our language.

This, Aldous knew, was the stream of gold.

Best known of them is Mi Fei (ca. 1051-1107), a painter as well as a calligrapher, art collector, and art critic.

44 Metaphors for  know