Before this I was not unacquainted with the more obvious laws of electricity.
The country was covered with snow, and I was unacquainted with the road.
Not so, however, his assertions that he was unacquainted with any of the other conspirators.
If not, the word "skort" must have some other meaning which I am unacquainted with.
I went down to ask him what he wanted, and informed him of my dinner-party, with whom I knew he was unacquainted.
We were unacquainted with each other, but he was glad to see one of his countrymen.
But, after all, it was not so easy; no easier than for one unacquainted with any locality to find one's way about.
Perhaps she gets more for her yarn than formerly, or has a hoard with which we are unacquainted.
Through the instruction I had enjoyed in my youth I was not unacquainted with such work.
It was not clever to rest so much on the pliability of a “society lady” with whom she was unacquainted.