Definition of Acquirement

1. Noun. An ability that has been acquired by training.




Definition of Acquirement

1. n. The act of acquiring, or that which is acquired; attainment.

Definition of Acquirement

1. Noun. The act of acquiring, or that which is acquired; attainment. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Acquirement

1. [n -S]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Acquirement

acquired leukopathia
acquired megacolon
acquired methemoglobinaemia
acquired mutation
acquired nevus
acquired pellicle
acquired reflex
acquired sensitivity
acquired taste
acquired tastes
acquired toxoplasmosis
acquired trichoepithelioma
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acquirees
acquirement (current term)
acquirements
acquirer
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acquirest
acquireth
acquiries
acquiring
acquiring financial institution
acquiring financial institutions
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acquis communautaire
acquisite

Literary usage of Acquirement

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Treatise on the Law of Municipal Corporations by Howard Strickland Abbott (1906)
"I. ITS acquirement. 5 717. • The acquirement of property by a public corporation. 718. The acquirement in its capacity as a public corporation. 719. ..."

2. Spiritual Culture and Social Service by Charles Stedman Macfarland (1912)
"VIII acquirement BY RENUNCIATION THE law of compensation is one that is not easy to apply universally and yet one which finds a multitude of simple ..."

3. State and County Educational Reorganization: The Revised Constitution and by Ellwood Patterson Cubberley (1914)
"acquirement, sale, and title to school property. — The school authorities for each school district shall hold the title to all school property within the ..."

4. American Journal of Education (1860)
"... bring to the more comprehensive and profound investigation of the vegetable world eyes and understanding already trained. III. EXTENT ОГ acquirement. ..."

5. A Manual of Politeness: Comprising the Principles of Etiquette, and Rules of by Marshall, W., & co., pub (1837)
"... the French, are generally allowed to have taken the precedence. The want of scarcely any acquirement, in the present day, stands so conspicuous in good ..."

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