having a good knowledge or understanding of someone or something: well acquainted with Milton
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How to use well-acquainted in a sentence
Throughout her life, she says, she has been well acquainted with the everyday injustices of gender inequality.
His mother and his father were well-acquainted with a life of crime.Breaking Bad Finale: Lost Interviews With Bryan Cranston & Vince Gilligan | Andrew Romano | September 29, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
I'm very well acquainted with this experience, as is Jeffrey Goldberg of the Atlantic.
Skip another round of preparations and seminars; you are well acquainted with both parties' personalities and behavioral patterns.
Of course by then, the two were well acquainted with the steep physical toll their love could take.
Meadow Mouse was too well acquainted with old Mr. Crow to get himself into any such fix as that.The Tale of Grandfather Mole | Arthur Scott Bailey
They were well-acquainted with the effects of a musket, although not the least alarmed at having one fired off near them.
Of the last and least, my humble self, I need not speak, as with him the reader is well acquainted.Fifty Years of Railway Life in England, Scotland and Ireland | Joseph Tatlow
Pocahontas had met and had become well acquainted with John Rolfe during her captivity at Jamestown.Hallowed Heritage: The Life of Virginia | Dorothy M. Torpey
A faint light was thus thrown upon the puddles, and those who were well acquainted with the street could pick their way dryshod.Skipper Worse | Alexander Lange Kielland