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Be able to recognize something as wrong or not possible, as in
Mary should know better than to leave her child alone in the house
Try to get in without a ticket? You know better than that
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Nothing fairer than peace is given to man to know; Better one peace than countless triumphs.
Know better now. Unknow better now.
... men know best about everything, except what women know better.
Nearby words for know better
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