Definition of reacquaint
- Each Olympic year, it takes a few nights of television to reacquaint yourself with the language of the Olympiad.
- —Kate Rounds
- … the painstaking detail of the narrative … should reacquaint a new generation with forgotten truths.
- —David L. Kirp
- It would be an interesting and reflective way to reacquaint myself with the scale and beauty of my native land after nearly twenty years of living abroad.
- —Bill Bryson
reacquaintanceplay \(ˌ)rē-ə-ˈkwān-tᵊn(t)s\ noun
- … of course anything that promotes a reacquaintance with the Bible is all to the good.
- —David S. Landes