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acquaint to tell about; inform (usu. fol. by "with"). [1/2 definitions]
advise to inform; notify. [1/5 definitions]
apprise to inform (often fol. by "of").
edify to enlighten or inform so as to uplift morally, intellectually, or spiritually.
educate to inform on a particular subject. [1/4 definitions]
educational tending to inform, instruct, or educate. [1/2 definitions]
instruct to teach; educate; inform. [1/2 definitions]
instructive serving to inform or educate; informative; enlightening.
Miranda of or pertaining to the legal obligation of an arresting officer to inform a person being arrested of his or her legal rights.
notify to give notice to; tell or inform, esp. formally.
overinform combined form of inform.
pamphlet a short printed publication that is unbound or has a paper binding, often written to inform on some topic or to address a controversial public issue.
rat (slang) to betray or inform on one's associates. [1/4 definitions]
show to reveal to, inform, or prove to through tangible evidence. [1/16 definitions]
squeal (slang) to inform against one's associates. [1/4 definitions]
stool (slang) to act as a stool pigeon; inform on one's associates. [1/5 definitions]
tattle to reveal secrets of or disclose information about another person, usu. out of malice; inform against another. [1/3 definitions]
tell to inform or reveal to (someone) through speaking or writing. [1/9 definitions]