acknowledged

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  • He is widely acknowledged to be one of the best players of all time.
  • He is now acknowledged as the first professional football player in England.
  • After four days, she acknowledged that she had lost weight, but stated that she felt fine.
  • He is widely acknowledged to be one of the most important artists in American art history.
  • Then all of a sudden our writer has been given an internationally acknowledged prize!
  • The need for a regular army was however soon acknowledged.
  • Only many years later was he publicly acknowledged as the lead man behind Soviet success in space.
  • The community recognized her as "being of age" and acknowledged her in a public fashion.
  • The great positive impact of public health programs is widely acknowledged.
  • She acknowledged that they had married because she was pregnant - seven months at their wedding.
  • The authors of the study also acknowledged that plays an important role in climate change.
  • His father's loss of sight was not acknowledged openly by the family.
  • His children by his marriage eventually acknowledged her.
  • He became one of the most famous and highly paid artists of his time, acknowledged and rewarded.
  • She gave birth just after Christmas, and acknowledged Charles Charles as the father.
  • They would have no children and it is usually acknowledged that their marriage was never consummated.
  • The duo has also been acknowledged in works by other artists.
  • The judge acknowledged the minor nature of his role.
  • The band later acknowledged this to have been one of the highlights of their career.
  • It is also widely acknowledged as the highest individual honour in the sport of Australian rules football.
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Root form of acknowledged is acknowledge for the verb.

Words starting with acknowledged

Meaning of acknowledged

  • verb Report the receipt of
    The program committee acknowledged the submission of the authors of the paper
  • verb Express obligation, thanks, or gratitude for
    We must acknowledge the kindness she showed towards us
  • verb Accept as legally binding and valid
    acknowledge the deed
  • verb Accept (someone) to be what is claimed or accept his power and authority
    The Crown Prince was acknowledged as the true heir to the throne, We do not recognize your gods
  • adjective Recognized or made known or admitted
    the acknowledged leader of the community, a woman of acknowledged accomplishments, his acknowledged error