Part of speech: verb

To cause to know; inform; followed by with.

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Usage examples "acquaint":

  1. Whatever happens here, it would be better not to acquaint the police- whatever happens, he added with emphasis. - "Malcolm Sage, Detective", Herbert George Jenkins.
  2. But simply to acquaint him with the fact-? - "Will Warburton", George Gissing.
  3. I was, consequently, in a position to acquaint myself pretty thoroughly with the criminal classes in one of the most populous and representative parts of the country. - "Notes of an Itinerant Policeman", Josiah Flynt.