Definition Of apprise

verb

inform or tell (someone).

I thought it right to apprise Chris of what had happened

Example Of apprise

  • After he was apprised of Stacy's condition, he then wanted to know what had happened.

  • As a writer I'm deeply apprised of the need to keep the words uncluttered of any urge to rouse easy emotions.

  • ‘I have apprised metro officials about this,’ he said.

  • But Anne was much more than this; she was fully apprised of the plans and frequently acted as confidential messenger.

  • Commentators and politicians who took democracy seriously would try and apprise us of these complexities, admit to their own anxieties and offer us legitimate alternatives so we could make up our own mind.


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