The world with which we are commonly acquainted
leaves no trace, and it will have no anniversary.
which is to say, they were the nation, the actual Nation; they were about all of it that was useful, or worth sav- ing, or really respect-worthy, and to subtract them would have been to subtract the Nation and leave behind some dregs, some refuse, in the shape of a king, nobility and gentry, idle, unproductive, acquainted
mainly with the arts of wasting and destroying, and of no sort of use or value in any rationally constructed world.
We crossed the river and drove up the bank a few hundred yards, then turned to the left, entered a narrow alley, followed it a hundred yards and arrived at a two-story public house; we were acquainted
with its outside aspect, for it was visible from the hotel.
I do not often walk this way now," said Emma, as they proceeded, "but then there will be an inducement, and I shall gradually get intimately acquainted
with all the hedges, gates, pools and pollards of this part of Highbury.
Willoughby at Cleveland, and whether they were intimately acquainted
The house is taken; the name is found; and I am personally acquainted
The general who does not understand these, may be well acquainted
with the configuration of the country, yet he will not be able to turn his knowledge to practical account.
If they could not teach the white men their practical stoicism, they at least made them acquainted
with the edible properties of roots and wild rosebuds, and furnished them a supply from their own store.
Your kindness affects me much, monsieur: but it is a reason why I should make you acquainted
with one circumstance without any delay.
Astor became acquainted
with a countryman of his, a furrier by trade.
She caught it instantaneously; and recovering her courage with the feeling of safety, soon added, more composedly, "Are you acquainted
with Mr Elliot?
Almost smiling, he gazed straight into her eyes with such an enraptured caressing look that it seemed strange to be so near him, to look at him like that, to be so sure he admired her, and not to be acquainted