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Synonyms for apprise

Synonyms for apprise

to impart information to

Synonyms for apprise

inform (somebody) of something

make aware of

increase the value of

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We depend entirely on your experience, honest old man, to discover the means to apprise our friends of their danger.
A single moment served to apprise him of the place where the unsuspecting traveller lay.
Mrs Jarley's back being then towards him, the military gentleman shook his forefinger as a sign that her myrmidons were not to apprise her of his presence, and stealing up close behind her, tapped her on the neck, and cried playfully
So long as the claim apprises the Service of the essential nature of the claim, it should be seen as satisfying this requirement.
These include a requirement that the claim set forth in detail each ground on which a credit or refund is claimed and facts sufficient to apprise the Service of the exact basis for the claim.
Baum's Road to Oz includes a sampling of Baum's baseball poems, newspaper editorials, and animal fairy tales, and especially apprises Baum's controversial opinions on topics ranging from women's suffrage to spiritualism and the occult to tolerance, contentment, and dishonest trade practices.
Jeff Broadhurst, president of Apprise Software, stated, "The Apprise Financials architecture and PROGRESS Version 8 are an effective base for internal software development.