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Acquaint

Pronunciation of Acquaint
/ɐkwˈe͡ɪnt/, /ɐkwˈe‍ɪnt/, /ɐ_k_w_ˈeɪ_n_t/

Antonyms for acquaint

misinform, mislead.

Usage examples for acquaint

  1. Louis was somewhat reticent about his plans; for he knew that Camilla was a strong Union woman; that she not only loved the flag, but she had taught her two boys to do the same; but he understood from headquarters that his company was to march in a week, and although on that subject there was no common sympathy between them, yet he felt that he must acquaint her with his plans, and bid her and Miriam good- bye. – Minnie's Sacrifice by Frances Ellen Watkins Harper
  2. Some Time after which, at the general Spring- meeting of Ministers and Elders, I thought it my Duty to acquaint them of the religious Exercise which attended my Mind; with which they likewise signified their Unity by a Certificate, dated the twenty- fourth Day of the third Month, 1772, directed to Friends in Great- Britain. – John Woolman's Journal by John Woolman Commentator: Vida Scudder
  3. By the door in the sunk fence they reached the garden, and were soon in Helen's chamber, where she left him to get into bed while she went to acquaint her aunt of his presence in the house. – Thomas Wingfold, Curate by George MacDonald

Idioms for acquaint

  1. acquaint sm with sth;

Rhymes for acquaint

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