apprised

[ uh-prahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF apprised

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Bolivar apprised his friends in Bogota that he should visit them in secret.

I was apprised of the proceeding, and I questioned Mr. Robinson upon the subject.

When we see those whom it inhabits, we are apprised of new degrees of greatness.

Then he is apprised, with wonder, what herds of daemons hem him in.

Not even at this moment was any one apprised of the fact, at any rate in any open and public manner.

I think, sir, I might have been apprised of this attachment!

Of what this idea consisted, the reader will be apprised in due time.

She apprised me that you should not live four-and-twenty hours.

Mr. Gallatin was apprised of it by Mr. Dallas in January, 1814.

"Oh, one can see that you've enjoyed a liberal education," he apprised her.

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