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know (verb), knows; knew, known; knowing
1. To have facts firmly in the mind or committed to memory: The students in Mrs. Dawson's class know the names of all of the U.S. presidents.
2. To believe firmly in the truth or having certainty of something: Thomas knows that he did the right thing when he decided to go to the fitness studio to improve his physical condition.
3. To be, or to become, aware of a matter: Adriana finally knows that these vocabulary exercises really help her language skills.
4. To have a thorough understanding of something through experience or study: Sam is known by his neighbors as a quiet and friendly person and the people where he works have a similar viewpoint about his cooperation and achievements.
5. To be acquainted, associated, or familiar with someone or some material: So many people, including Irene, know more and more about words as they continue to learn about the vocabulary that comes from Latin and Greek origins.
6. To be able to perceive the differences, or distinctions, between an entity or people: Marjory knows that it hasn't been easy to be a computer technician, but she is becoming more confident about her skills as she produces programs that are more efficient and successful in their applications.
7. To recognize someone, or an object, by a distinguishing characteristic or an attribute: Jane asked Mark, "How will you know who Lucinda is?"

Mark responded by saying, "Well, she said that she will be wearing a bright-blue sweater."

8. Often identified by another name: Samuel L. Clemens was better known as Mark Twain.
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nose (NOHZ) (noun)
1. The part of the human face or the forward part of the head of other vertebrates that contains the nostrils and organs of smell and forms the beginning of the respiratory tract: The nose is capable of perceiving a variety of odors.
2. The front end of something: The nose of the rocket was painted black and white.
nose (NOHZ) (verb)
To discover, to look around, to inquire: The private agent decided to nose around in the library, looking for facts about his client.
knows (NOHZ) (verb)
Used in the third person singular, to perceive directly; to grasp in the mind with clarity or certainty: Gerald knows very well that he should not be acting like that.
noes (NOHZ) (noun)
Negative responses; denials or refusals; negative votes: The majority of the people stressed their noes for the proposal.

The woman's nose makes sure that she knows when she should consider the safety noes about certain potentially dangerous odors.

A nose is a feature that lies in the middle of the face because it's the scenter.

A negativist is what a man is when he noes or no's a lot.

—Evan Esar

Cyrano's proboscis is wise because his nose knows and there shouldn't be any noes about it.