[ UK /ɐkwˈe‍ɪntɪd/ ]
[ US /əˈkweɪnɪd, əˈkweɪntɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. having fair knowledge of
    they were acquainted
    fully acquainted with the facts
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How To Use acquainted In A Sentence

  • The fable is plainly implex, formed rather from the "Odyssey" than the "Iliad;" and many artifices of diversification are employed, with the skill of a man acquainted with the beet models. Lives of the English Poets : Waller, Milton, Cowley
  • I would also like to know how well acquainted he was with the Metis of western Canadathe people, their clothing, and their culture?
  • He replied, “I know not; but thou art better able to judge, being acquainted with the ways of thy man, more by token that thou art one of the sharpest-witted of women and past mistress of devices such as devise that whereof fail the wise.” The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night
  • PALCA: But like scuba diving, there are certain inherent risks and they want to get you acquainted with those. Space Tourism: To Infinity And ... Right Back To Earth
  • It was not until I checked into my Lisbon hotel that the receptionist with great glee acquainted me of my dilemma. Times, Sunday Times
  • I figured that since I am now acquainted with millionaires, I must look like one, even if I am not.
  • The oath of one of the initiated must counterbalance the most solemn asseveration of every one that is not acquainted with our holy secrets. Anne of Geierstein
  • Concerntug the v* - trade* the force of my argument goes no farther than this; — that its Juppftfliou, by the ISrihfli government only, other nations continuing the trade as ufua\ % who would of cotirfe felSC on what we funender, would anfwer the purpofes of humanity, cither to the negroes tn Africa, or to thofe already in the Weft Indies; and I have quoted* in fupport of this opinion, the authoiitiesof men (naval commander! and others) who arc intimately acquainted with the trade, though no ways intended in its continuance; and I have not yet met with any evidence or argument* to Kivtttdate their testimony. The Monthly Review
  • They were well acquainted with both and knew their history. Heidi
  • Fortunately for us, we had made ourselves perfectly acquainted with the country the previous day, and instantly realized that escape by our right (as we faced Lucknow) was impossible, because of a huge impassable _jhil_. Forty-one years in India From Subaltern To Commander-In-Chief
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