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used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

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express recognition of someone or something; or admit something
  • She had given up those pleasures willingly; she had embraced this change out of some deep unacknowledged yearning.
    p. 103.2
  • He had no sister, of course, or any living family that he acknowledged.
    p. 5.6
  • Caroline watched him from the doorway—she was not allowed to enter this room except by invitation—but he did not acknowledge her.
    p. 96.2
  • She nodded, tears in her eyes, that younger version of herself still alive, still standing by the edge of the memorial service, unacknowledged, invisible.
    p. 246.9

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