This officer was a wise man; he knew better
than to tell an incredible truth.
The locksmith's wife knew better
perhaps, than he, what ailed her daughter.
The smoke curled up toward the sun and shadowed the plain so that the stupid birds thought it was going to rain; but the wise one knew better
He sat at the table and had a napkin and plate, but the servants knew better
than to offer him food.
Frankly, that is so true, of course they knew better
, and still do!
The child-killer claimed she was more "culpable" because she knew better
and "knew the difference between right and wrong".
The knowledgeable clerk quickly recommended a competitors board but the young Omar already knew better
and pointed to an AWS Believe model.
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I knew better
what my body should look like than they did.
Mr Prescott, not for the first time, knew better
. He knew better
than locally elected representatives.
An arch-critic of command economies who was hounded out of Europe in the '30s by the Nazis, he knew better
than anyone that free markets give rise not only to lower prices but to all manner of powerful social change.
While some argued that Wilson preached to a choir of self-congratulatory art world impresarios who surely knew better
than to champion whitewashed narratives of art, or to revel in the power of institutions apart from that bestowed in inverse relation to the sanctimoniousness of their critique, Wilson's work nevertheless raised discomfiting questions about the subjects of art and those for whom it presumably speaks.
Th' ooanly trouble is 'e met a widow who knew better
He added, "When we knew better
about Doug's life and motivations we felt very touched with his sufferings and sensibility and how he loved our country and committed himself to help the Cuban people at the end of his life."
While liberal Western historians and journalists swallowed the Communist propaganda, the Catholic and Orthodox church communities knew better
. In Canada, for example, faithful of both the Eastern-rite Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church have commemorated their national holocaust every year for decades.