verb (used with object), ap·prized, ap·priz·ing.Obsolete.
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OTHER WORDS FROM apprizeap·priz·er, noun
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verb (used with object), ap·prized, ap·priz·ing.
Example sentences from the Web for apprize
I shall give the earliest notice of this to the worthy Capt. Tomlinson, that he may apprize uncle John of it.Clarissa, Volume 6 (of 9)|Samuel Richardson
He avoided, however, seeing and speaking to Seneca; but sent in a centurion to apprize him of his final doom.
I must apprize him that its highest beauty is only discovered by an horizontal sun in the winter months.An History of Birmingham (1783)|William Hutton
The servant replied affirmatively, and, showing the visitor into a small room, went to apprize his master.The Poor Gentleman|Hendrik Conscience
I wish to apprize your Lordship that I think it will be necessary for the defendants to call witnesses.The Trial of Charles Random de Berenger, Sir Thomas Cochrane,|William Brodie Gurney