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verb as in tell

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Today’s top social media monitoring tools keep you apprised of relevant conversations, so you don’t miss a thing and can get ahead of narratives.

There could be some isolated flooding, so keep apprised of that.

As the Singer, Aquino wastes no time in apprising the audience of the miseries of life.

It’s not a high-confidence forecast with an atmospheric setup such as it is, but we’ll keep you apprised of changes to the timing and amounts of rain this weekend.

In a memo apprising staffers of McNeil’s resignation, Baquet and Times Managing Editor Joe Kahn included the intent-neutral standard quoted above.

The unlocking of the yard door would apprise us of the entrance of a guard, before the latter could observe Wingie at my cell.

They apprise him also of his confirmation as "Governor of our Plantation," and of the names of the Councillors joined with him.

Ought we not to make a run to Dresden, therefore, and apprise the Polish Majesty?

The night was unusually cold, but they dared not start a fire, lest it should apprise their enemies of their presence.

To-morrow the symphonies may perhaps be tried over at the Archduke's if I am able to go out, of which I will apprise you.


On this page you'll find 45 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to apprise, such as: advise, apprize, brief, inform, notify, and enlighten.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.