Definition of "unacquaintedness" [un•ac•quaint•ed•ness]
The state or condition of being unacquainted; unfamiliarity with something. (noun)
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Use "unacquaintedness" in a sentence
"This, said he, might be my folly, and my unacquaintedness with what passion your sex can shew when they are in earnest."
"But supposing I could remain there concealed, to what might my youth, my sex, and unacquaintedness of the ways of that great, wicked town, expose me! —"
"By distance and unacquaintedness, abundance of mistakes between ministers and people are fomented; while, on the other hand, familiarity will tend to beget those affections which may open their ears to further instruction."