Inform or tell (someone): I thought it right to apprise Chris of what had happened
More example sentences
- Likewise, readers are also apprised of how ambiguous a clue to morality deception may be.
- It would also be nice if these hidden costs were less hidden - if the artist were apprised of what was going on in his or her name and had to sign off before incurring substantial debt.
- There is another reason for continuing to drive cars for personal travel even if we are fully apprised of all the immediate and more remote costs.
late 17th century: from French appris, apprise, past participle of apprendre 'learn, teach', from Latin apprehendere (see apprehend).
See appraise (usage).