unacquainted

[ uh-kweyn-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF unacquainted

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR UNACQUAINTED

If you happen to be unacquainted with its authentic history, so much the better.

She felt the awkwardness of being surrounded by people with whom she was unacquainted.

His brother; imagining he had gone abroad, was unacquainted with his danger.

You can see that he is unacquainted with our little mountains!

I am unacquainted with the nature of all the papers she received, but I well remember the agony they seemed to inflict on her.

This Prince was not unacquainted with the morality of his sectaries.

But uneducated colonists, who are unacquainted with each other, will not be likely to choose well.

Indeed, there are facts known to me with which she is unacquainted.

I am sorry, Tiernay, very sorry, that you are unacquainted with the language.'

It is possible he was unacquainted with the word, but he had a clear perception of the thing itself.

WORD ORIGIN

1520s, from un- (1) "not" + acquainted.

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