apprise apprise  /ə ˈpraɪz/


  1. (v) inform (somebody) of something
  2. (v) make aware of
  3. (v) gain in value
  4. (v) increase the value of


  1. The PDB, as it is known, is meant to apprise the President of the latest, most crucial intelligence on threats to the nation's security.
  2. I should now apprise you of the resolution I have formed to decline to be considered among the number of those out of whom a choice is to be made.
  3. To do so would apprise the latter of its presence.


  • CTFAC gives update to city leaders

    Cross Timbers Fine Arts Council Executive Director Julie Crouch presented an annual report to the City Council Tuesday evening to apprise city leaders of the many projects the foundation has overseen.
    on August 8, 2013     Source: Stephenville Empire-Tribune


  1. "We think the appropriate thing to do in the circumstances is to apprise those women of their rights, to encourage them to follow up should they feel it important to do so," McGuinty said Monday.
    on May 11, 2009 By: Dalton McGuinty Source:

  2. "I wish to announce unequivocally and firmly that the ministry of foreign affairs will never, under any circumstances, agree to any arrangement that is contrary to our sovereign national interest," Chowdhury said. "I wish to apprise all...
    on Jul 12, 2008 By: Iftekhar Ahmed Chowdhury Source: (blog)

  3. "A Committee will be formed to apprise all the Left partners about the ongoing and future projects in a bid to sort out any differences on any issues," former Chief Minister Jyoti Basu said at the end of the CPI(M) state Secretariat and Left...
    on Dec 29, 2006 By: Jyoti Basu Source: Hindustan Times

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