Antonyms for familiarizing

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He began by familiarizing Brutus with the sight of his face, person, and voice.

French Animals, that in familiarizing ourselves with men, we borrow from them all their vices and bad institutions.

Do you call schooling the people into rebellion, and familiarizing them with crime, legal?

He is now in Europe, familiarizing himself with the workings of the despotic governments of that country.

To none save those who, familiarizing themselves with the order of life, think that they have resolved its nature.

We can only study the pottery of that people after familiarizing ourselves with their religion.

The subject is an interesting one, familiarizing the reader with what belongs particularly to his own country.

Not a few teachers of mark use them in their schools as a means of familiarizing their pupils with the best music.

He had, perhaps, achieved all he desired now, in familiarizing himself with the waters of this coast.

Children are indeed in the habit of familiarizing themselves with their surroundings; but the strongest impressions predominate.