He's a capital fellow, and I wish we could get acquainted
She saw me in the hallway of the house and we got acquainted
Inquiries next morning brought the information, from the head of a rubber exporting firm with whom the professor was acquainted
, that the Spaniard was regularly engaged in transporting parties into the interior, and was considered efficient, careful and as honest as pos- sible, considering the men he engaged as workers.
While my grandmother was busy about supper, I settled myself on the wooden bench behind the stove and got acquainted
with the cat-- he caught not only rats and mice, but gophers, I was told.
He was already acquainted
with the market reports, and he glanced restlessly over the editorials and bits of news which he had not had time to read before quitting New Orleans the day before.
But, happily, we have fallen in with a hunter, he whom you hear talking to the singer, that is acquainted
with the deerpaths and by-ways of the woods, and who promises to lead us to a place where we may rest securely till the morning.
Young Andrews, not being acquainted
with the moods of the great man, added cheerfully: "By one o'clock, anyway.
Moonlight, in a familiar room, falling so white upon the carpet, and showing all its figures so distinctly -- making every object so minutely visible, yet so unlike a morning or noontide visibility -- is a medium the most suitable for a romance-writer to get acquainted
with his illusive guests.
To all this I joyously assented; for besides the affection I now felt for Queequeg, he was an experienced harpooneer, and as such, could not fail to be of great usefulness to one, who, like me, was wholly ignorant of the mysteries of whaling, though well acquainted
with the sea, as known to merchant seamen.
It was vouchsafed to me in me youthful days to be acquainted
with shperrits" and so Tommy Finnegan went on, expounding a system of philosophy, while the perspiration came out on Jurgis' forehead, so great was his agitation and embarrassment.
He seemed to himself to have met and been acquainted
with him somewhere, but he could not recollect.
I do not know where to find in any literature, ancient or modern, any account which contents me of that Nature with which even I am acquainted