yes; we are always forced to be acquainted
whenever she comes to Highbury.
yes, extremely well; that is, I do not believe many people are acquainted
with him, because Combe Magna is so far off; but they all think him extremely agreeable I assure you.
contain, under the heading of Skins To Jump Into, a list of individuals retired from this mortal scene, with whose names, families, and circumstances I am well acquainted
So, the student of war who is unversed in the art of war of varying his plans, even though he be acquainted
with the Five Advantages, will fail to make the best use of his men.
He exerted himself, during his sojourn among this simple and well-disposed people, to inculcate, as far as he was able, the gentle and humanizing precepts of the Christian faith, and to make them acquainted
with the leading points of its history; and it speaks highly for the purity and benignity of his heart, that he derived unmixed happiness from the task.
By the by, De Wardes," continued De Guiche, "you who are so well acquainted
with these matters, can you tell us, probably, what appointments are still vacant at the court; or rather in the prince's household?
He now devoted himself to the branch of commerce with which he had thus casually been made acquainted
I have been a good deal acquainted
with him," replied Mrs Smith, gravely, "but it seems worn out now.
Do make me acquainted
with your charming daughters," said she.
Some Sunday, sooner or later, he would meet her outside the office, somewhere in the hills, and then, if they did not get acquainted
, it would be because she did not care to get acquainted
She placed a card on the doctor's writing-desk, and added: "I have become acquainted
with the lady, by being one of the lodgers in her house.
You are acquainted
with the case, and the case naturally goes to you.
The more beer Captain Nelson and I drank, the better we got acquainted
May I hope you will excuse me when I have made you acquainted
with my motive?
At that age I became acquainted
with the celebrated poets of our own country; but it was only when it had ceased to be in my power to derive its most important benefits from such a conviction that I perceived the necessity of becoming acquainted
with more languages than that of my native country.