Origin of acquaint
OTHER WORDS FROM acquaintpre·ac·quaint, verb (used with object)re·ac·quaint, verb (used with object)
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To acquaint two or more people is to bring them into social contact. How is acquaint different from introduce? Find out on Thesaurus.com.
How to use acquaint in a sentence
Back in January, she was a 38-year-old first-time mother who was getting acquainted with all the practical challenges of attempting to maintain some semblance of work-life balance.
The good news is that we’re already well acquainted with some members of the family.Can We Wipe Out All Coronaviruses for Good? Here’s What a Group of 200 Scientists Think|Shelly Fan|October 27, 2020|Singularity Hub
While “there’s no upside to this pandemic,” she says, without it, the two surely would have never become acquainted.
While all conscious beings are acquainted with their consciousness, not all conscious beings are able to reflectively attend to their experience and form acquaintance-based concepts of it.
If the goal-directed nature of Reality is present within each particular conscious mind, it follows that any conscious mind is acquainted with the goal-directed nature of Reality.
Some of the colonists sincerely desired to acquaint and convert the Indians to Christianity.Hallowed Heritage: The Life of Virginia|Dorothy M. Torpey
It would do little or no good to acquaint the constable with their suspicion that the rascal might be the man named Cameron Smith.The Mystery at Putnam Hall|Arthur M. Winfield
Who will acquaint us when there is a concert, a choral service in church, or something wonderful to be seen at the fair?The 'Characters' of Jean de La Bruyre|Jean de La Bruyre
At length the German commissioner arrived, and came to acquaint us that within two days we were to set out.My Ten Years' Imprisonment|Silvio Pellico
In the meantime Painted Weasel had ridden away to acquaint his companions with the plans of the war party.Three Sioux Scouts|Elmer Russell Gregor