conversant

[ kuhn-vur-suhnt, kon-ver- ]SEE DEFINITION OF conversant

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You will polish him up for me and make him conversant with everything.

You are far too conversant with the working of our institutions to expect such.

From all she had heard of him, he was conversant with every career, every walk, and every condition.

My first plan is one with whose details I am but too conversant.

From her very childhood she had been conversant with their habits and their ways.

Ought she to have been conversant with such a state of society as would expose them?

I am not conversant with this sort of thing, nor the men who deal in them.

He is, besides, conversant with most of the arts and sciences.

Strange to say, he does not seem to be at all conversant with the nature of their offences.

Goodhugh was conversant with several of the Oriental and many European languages.

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