acquaintances[ uh-kweyn-tns ]SEE DEFINITION OF acquaintances
Antonyms for acquaintances
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACQUAINTANCES
Nor will I, but by distant civilities, return the compliments of any of my acquaintances.
She meant, I suppose, to go to the Clarkes in Staffordshire, for she has no other acquaintances.
Acquaintances are quickly made and as quickly ended in a Pullman.
I did as he directed, and, on getting on board, I fell in with lots of acquaintances.
All the acquaintances I met asked me the news with eagerness.
Moreover, Mademoiselle Saget had plenty of acquaintances here.
"Oh, if you like, I will classify all our acquaintances for you," replied Claude.
Possibly from him and some other acquaintances of mine I may learn something.
After breakfast Captain Elisha went downtown to call on some acquaintances.
And to do that one must use one's acquaintances as rounds in the ladder.