acquaintanceship : Definition, Usages, News and More

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uh kwayntuhns ship

  • n  a relationship less intimate than friendship

  • Olga was a poet herself, and her acquaintanceship with Pasternak grew into an intense and lasting intimacy.
  • I was lamenting the current, miniscule McCain, a man who would take a passing--and deeply irrelevant--acquaintanceship between Barack Obama and Ayers, and try to make it a central .
  • The tendency to attempt marriage as a result of chance acquaintanceship outside the home naturally is alarming so far as the well-being of the nation is concerned.
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  • Blame should not fall on rape victims
    By: Ali Leist, COLUMNIST Rape is frequently blamed on a lot of things: High alcohol consumption, the way a woman dresses, the way a woman is “asking” for it, a misunderstood acquaintanceship, campus dorm culture and many more excuses. ...
    Oct. 28, 2013 - The Oracle

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