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used in The Hunger Games

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express recognition of someone or something; or admit something
  • I force myself to acknowledge Peeta.
    p. 137.3
acknowledge = express recognition of
  • So instead of acknowledging applause, I stand there unmoving while they take part in the boldest form of dissent they can manage.
    p. 24.0
  • He was with his friends and didn't acknowledge me in any way.
    p. 32.2
  • But when I remember the other couples, standing stiffly apart, never touching or acknowledging each other, as if their fellow tribute did not exist, as if the Games had already begun, I know what Haymitch means.
    p. 79.2
  • Maybe he's finally accepted the fact that the sooner we openly acknowledge that we are enemies, the better.
    p. 114.7
  • So Peeta begins pointing it out to me, insisting I acknowledge its progress and sometimes, for just a moment I feel a flicker of hope before the agony of the night engulfs me again.
    p. 340.2

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