Acquaintanceship in a sentence

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Definition of Acquaintanceship

  • A state of being acquainted; acquaintance.
  • a relationship less intimate than friendship

How to use acquaintanceship in a sentence. Acquaintanceship pronunciation.

A strange old herbalist and snake-killer with a skin cap first whetted his appetite for the captivating confidences of roadside vagrants, and the acquaintanceship serves as an introduction to the scene of the gipsy encampment, where the young Sapengro or serpent charmer was first claimed as brother by Jasper Petulengro.
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She did not apply her judgment consciously to Ralph, but when she looked at him, a moment later, she rated him lower than at any other time of their acquaintanceship.
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Morsfield's gall seethed at a flying picture of Mrs. Pagnell, coupled with the retarding reddened handkerchief business, and he recommended Cumnock to pay court to the old woman, as the only chance he would have of acquaintanceship with the mother of Love.
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So far his acquaintanceship with the citizens of South Harniss had not filled him with enthusiasm.
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Their real acquaintanceship began one Sunday forenoon when Captain Zelotes and Olive had gone to church.
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And so, during that Summer, as the Fosdick residence upon the Bay Road grew and grew, so did the acquaintanceship, the friendship, the poetic partnership between the Fosdick daughter and the grandson of Captain Zelotes Snow grow and grow.
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I hope, whatever comes of the other thing, that our acquaintanceship will continue.
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No one denies his acquaintanceship.
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Merely an old college friend of the man who for a fortnight had been my host, and with whom he chanced to renew acquaintanceship during a yachting tour.
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On the paper, I read the following words:- "Learn from the events of last night the value of temperance, the wisdom of silence, and the danger of chance acquaintanceships.
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When that meeting had ended there was a tacit understanding between them that all the preliminary awkwardnesses of the first stages of acquaintanceship were to be considered as having been passed; and that when they met again, if they ever did, it would be as friends.
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And even while he is speaking to us, though the length of our acquaintanceship is short, we detect an unwonted relaxation in his manner, a confidence that has found understanding and seeks to lay itself bare.
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With most of them we subsequently formed acquaintanceship; while some honoured us with an intimacy which still continues, where it has not been severed by the rude hand of Death.
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Since the first days of their acquaintanceship they had always been confidential.
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As soon as it was understood that a previous acquaintanceship existed between them, Rose was given Peter to take care of-to show round and introduce.
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The breach was widened by their unconcealed flirtations-a description mentally applied to the most ordinary man-and-woman acquaintanceships on either side, but not inappropriate in all cases.
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But the dull country town was tiresome to him, since his acquaintanceship with livelier regions, and it grew daily more and more so.
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This is not love, it is merely acquaintanceship; it is subject to change.
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Once, at the Empire, somebody had introduced me to him; but, as he had not been sober at the moment, he had missed any intellectual pleasure my acquaintanceship might have afforded him.
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He gave me the key-note to his character in the first minute of our acquaintanceship.
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Examples of Acquaintanceship

Example #1
The picture of the encampment may serve as an example of Borrovian prose, nervous, unembarrassed, and graphic.
Example #2
After _Robinson Crusoe_ there played across the disk of his youthful memory a number of weird and hairy figures never to be effaced.
Example #3
He had made no effort to tide over the discomforts of her introduction, and now, engaged in argument with his brother, apparently forgot her presence.
Example #4
She glanced along a mantelpiece ranged with bronze chariots, silver vases, and china ornaments that were either facetious or eccentric.
Example #5
Upon that Cumnock confessed in humility to his not being wealthy.
Example #6
Cumnock protested that the loss of time was caused by his friend's dalliance with the Venus in the chariot.