conversancy


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  • noun

Synonyms for conversancy

personal knowledge or information about someone or something

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26) Roth describes "ability to understand" as a general conversancy with the elements considered part of the treatment decision-making:
The trope functioned as a recurrent analogy for the excavation of psychic life, as well as a reference to Freud's precise and learned conversancy with the science of archeology.
The study is thoroughly researched and the author displays a critical conversancy with a broad range of recent empirical and theoretical literature relevant to her subject.
Napo invests in the governments and societies with whom it collaborates through the Healing Forest Conversancy.
We know this very valuable property will be put to excellent use, cared for by the conversancy and made available for so many people to enjoy.