Police say they believe the younger suspect used the acquaintanceship to draw her into the house, where she was strangled.
But we are left largely to conjecture in what manner their acquaintanceship acted upon his mind.
He had resumed his acquaintanceship with Montlouis, and had often been with him to the Caf Castille.
Do you remember any discussion with him, anything Sorrels said about his acquaintanceship in the Jewish community?
Now they were forced to extend their borders of acquaintanceship.
She had torn that page out of their chronicles of acquaintanceship, and assumed that it had never been included.
It gives no right of converse, nor the slightest claim to acquaintanceship.
But this was the full length his acquaintanceship went; so he gradually felt himself practically alone.
In fact, one thing is clear to me, she must discontinue your acquaintanceship at once.
To learn that he is on terms of acquaintanceship with your patron, de Naarboveck, is child's play!
c.1300, "state of being acquainted;" late 14c., "person with whom one is acquainted;" also "personal knowledge;" from Old French acointance "acquaintance, friendship, familiarity," noun of action from acointer (see acquaint). Acquaintant (17c.), would have been better in the "person known" sense but is now obsolete.