Usage examples for recognise

  1. I scarcely recognise myself or my ways, or my own spirits, all is so different.... – The Letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1 of 2) by Frederic G. Kenyon
  2. " Look," he said, in a quiet voice, " do you recognise your chief?" – The Grell Mystery by Frank Froest
  3. For a breath, I did not recognise it; then I saw that it was Swain's. – The Gloved Hand by Burton E. Stevenson
  4. He had thought to recognise the other somewhat, and now he was sure. – The Red Derelict by Bertram Mitford
  5. " Now," Sir Robert said to Mrs. Admaston, " do you recognise him?" – A Butterfly on the Wheel by Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
  6. It is our duty to discover and do the right if we can- to recognise and avoid the wrong. – The Big Otter by R.M. Ballantyne
  7. " Surely I should recognise you. – The Thin Red Line; and Blue Blood by Arthur Griffiths
  8. " I don't recognise it as your duty. – Peccavi by E. W. Hornung
  9. One can always recognise them. – Lady Windermere's Fan by Oscar Wilde
  10. Did you recognise them? – Lysbeth A Tale Of The Dutch by H. Rider Haggard
  11. " Yes, I recognise him here. – My Little Lady by Eleanor Frances Poynter
  12. He did not recognise what it was, nor from where it came, but it reminded him of something, he could not think what. – The Good Comrade by Una L. Silberrad
  13. " You do not recognise me, of course, but my name is Crawshay. – The Box with the Broken Seals by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  14. Perhaps he should not even recognise her? – The Beautiful Wretch; The Pupil of Aurelius; and The Four Macnicols by William Black
  15. For a moment he almost failed to recognise her. – The Evil Shepherd by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  16. I should not recognise you. – Saracinesca by F. Marion Crawford
  17. We say that we know nature only when we are able to recognise an idea in nature: that is, an idea in each of its elements, and a system of ideas in the whole of nature. – The Reform of Education by Giovanni Gentile
  18. Do you recognise his ring? – Simon by J. Storer Clouston
  19. Then you do not recognise the machine? – The Red Thumb Mark by R. Austin Freeman
  20. It needed perhaps a stranger to recognise the truth. – The Four Feathers by A. E. W. Mason