acquainted

[ uh-kweyn-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF acquainted
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Philippe acquainted her with the joys and griefs of his difficult profession.

"I must make you acquainted with my wife and children," he said.

He was acquainted with the women of society, and with the women who only wished to be in society.

I have been acquainted with her character and actions for several years.

Your reading makes you a stranger to nothing but what you should be most acquainted with.

I wanted to get acquainted with you, so I might ask you things about her.

She had just taken the class, and was so unfortunate as not to be acquainted with their names.

It will certainly be too late to-night to try to get acquainted with her.

By the way, you are not acquainted with the pink room, I think?

He will carry this note himself, which is to serve as an introduction to you, with whom he longs to be acquainted.

WORD ORIGIN

early 13c., "personally known;" past participle adjective from acquaint (v.). Of skills, situations, etc., from late 15c.

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