Acquaintanceship (noun)

  1. A state of being acquainted with someone, often a casual or slight relationship.
  2. A state of knowing someone in a limited or superficial way.

Origin:

Derived from the verb 'acquaint', meaning to become familiar with or to make someone familiar with.

Examples:

  1. Their acquaintanceship was brief but memorable.
  2. They had only a casual acquaintanceship.
  3. The acquaintanceship between the two grew into a strong friendship.
  4. She formed many acquaintanceships while working in the office.
  5. His acquaintanceship with the famous actor was a source of pride.
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