The Baron, who knows our manners, and lives near our country, will apprize you of the time and means to be their protector.
All of her correspondents hastened to apprize her of the news.
Whenever I am in capacity to apprize you fully of these things, you shall hear from me at large on the subject.
Becoming alarmed at the appearance of things, they went to apprize the captain and Mr. M'Kay, who hastened to the poop.
My companion did not apprize me that the apartment was inhabited.
I came just now to apprize you of a resolution that I had formed.
Baldulph, brother of Colgrin, wanted to gain access to him, and to apprize him of a reinforcement which was coming from Germany.
He was cordially received, although bringing me no letter to apprize me of his official standing at Washington.
He avoided, however, seeing and speaking to Seneca; but sent in a centurion to apprize him of his final doom.
That Emperor was crowned in March, and immediately despatched a legation to the Pope to apprize him of the fact.
"to notify," 1690s, from French appris, past participle of apprendre "to inform, teach," literally "to lay hold of (in the mind)," another metaphoric meaning of Latin apprehendere (see apprehend). Related: Apprised; apprising.