acquirement[ uh-kwahyuh r-muh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF acquirement
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACQUIREMENT
She has, indeed, a natural politeness, which transcends all acquirement.
The government of the passions, or the acquirement of the habit of virtue.
The graces of manner are as much matter of acquirement as are the notes of music.
The grand thing that is needed is to give the sexes like motives for acquirement.
"I think you will find the acquirement of French and Italian sufficient discipline," said he.
He gave his days and nights to the acquirement of various sciences.
Holiness, to be truly human, must not only be a gift, but an acquirement.
His after life does not seem to have been favorable to its acquirement.
For the first, acquirement is necessary; for the second, discipline; for the third, art.
His circle of acquirement was, I found, rather literary than scientific.