- s not knowledgeable about something specified
a person unacquainted with our customs
- s having little or no knowledge of
unacquainted with city ways
- Hornby is not unacquainted with misfortune.
- Lewis was enraptured: "From this place we had an extencive view of these Stupendeous Mountains from which to one unacquainted with them it would have Seemed impossible ever to .
- Such a sunburst of triumphs and pledges could lead the proverbial visitor from Mars unacquainted with the intricacies of American politics to assume that the quest for the .
News & Articles
- 5-Year Legal Battle Over Opened Container of Nonalcoholic Beer in Car
For five years, New Mexico resident Gary Southern has been trying to appeal his open container violation conviction. According to Steve Hansen of the ABQ Journal , in 2008, Officer L.P. Emilio pulled Southern over and noticed two open containers in his vehicle. Southern tried to explain the beverages were O’Douls. Emilio, evidently unacquainted with the nonalcoholic beverage, charged him for ...
June 28, 2013 - Opposing Views
- David Perry in Sacramento Bee
I don't archive my e-mails, I don't use Quicken, I don't access my bank account, I don't shop from my laptop. My laptop and my credit card are unacquainted,said Perry.
- Ambrose Bierce in Boston Globe
In 1903, Ambrose Bierce wrote to a friend about a woman: "I did not know about your Nemesis, and suppose myself unacquainted with her. You'll find Nemesis anew afore you're as old as I, and most of them will be vindictive."
- Dave Gibbons in Wired News
People unacquainted with graphic novels, including journalists, tend to think of Watchmen as a book by Alan Moore that happens to have some illustrations,says Gibbons. "And that does a disservice to the entire form."