Examples of apprise in a Sentence
let me apprise you of the current situation
Recent Examples of apprise from the Web
In a letter to aldermen, Nicolet Superintendent Robert Kobylski said he was never consulted or apprised of cost overruns during the construction process — only afterward.
In Charlotte, when first apprised of the allegations the team announced an internal investigation led by a co-owner.
The 27-member coordinating council was created in part to keep state and local election officials apprised of new threats.
By some accounts, White House counsel Don McGahn had been apprised of some accusations about Porter at least four times, including as early as January 2017.
The official said White House counsel Don McGahn was apprised of at least some of the accusations about Porter at least four times, including as early as January 2017.
Meanwhile, at least one krewe has honed in on the Lee beads when apprising krewe leaders of policy banning political throws.
To illustrate that point, Rainwater apprised board members Wednesday of what happened to the utility's power system during the Aug. 5 flood.
As if apprised in advance of our current political moment, the director, Nancy Buirski, wields the titular violation as a signpost to a wider, more insidious American crime.
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Origin and Etymology of apprise
First Known Use: circa 1680See Words from the same year
keep posted (one), let know (one);
Synonym Discussion of apprise
- informed us of the crisis
- acquaint yourself with the keyboard
- keep us apprised of the situation
- notified the witness when to appear
APPRISE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of apprise for English Language Learners
: to give information to (someone)
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