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  • He became acquainted with her and asked her for her hand in marriage.
  • He takes her up on her offer that night, and they become acquainted.
  • There he became well acquainted with the art that would later influence much of his work.
  • Her stated reason for this was to become well acquainted with all of them.
  • It is unknown whether every member of the group is acquainted with every other.
  • Perhaps you will acquaint me with the result of your visit when you return. Cited from The Shrieking Pit, by Arthur J. Rees
  • When he arrived he took care to acquaint him with his name and quality. Cited from Septimus, by William J. Locke
  • The family was well established in the local community and he became acquainted with many local people.
  • Then, again, should she acquaint her husband with the position of his son? Cited from The Poacher, by Frederick Marryat
  • However, other people could not become acquainted with another person's mind, for example.
  • You are acquainted with this piece of land -- the country we live in.
  • Peter took it upon himself to acquaint her husband the very same day with her condition. Cited from Atlantis, by Gerhart Hauptmann
  • He also travelled around the area and acquainted himself with the local people.
  • He went directly to acquaint her that he had already seen him. Cited from Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth, by Lucy Aikin
  • I have had good opportunity to acquaint myself with his character and public service. Cited from Autobiography of Seventy Years, Vol. 1-2, by George Hoar
  • Students begin by reading the book and becoming acquainted with the story.
  • I will tell the Captain what you have been good enough to acquaint us with. Cited from The Wings of the Morning, by Louis Tracy
  • I shall need say no more, knowing your son can acquaint you particularly with our affairs. Cited from The Loyalists of America and Their Times, Vol. I, by Edgerton Ryerson
  • He therefore sent a message acquainting her that he would come to her the next day. Cited from The Scottish Chiefs, by Miss Jane Porter
  • Few men ever do acquaint themselves with the principles of a new science after even twenty-five. Cited from Talks to Teachers and Students, by William James
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Meaning of acquaint

  • verb Inform
    Please acquaint your colleagues of your plans to move