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Synonyms for acceptive

inclined to accept rather than reject


accepting willingly


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The Data show that the Extraceptive reaction to solve the problem (in) had the highest occurrence, followed by the Acceptive to resolution (na) and the Acceptive against a focus (Na).
There was a negative correlation between the Extraceptive and the Intraceptive reactions with Acceptive reactions (Na', Na, na), thus corroborating the theoretical proposal of the instrument.
Table 4 also shows the negative correlation between Acceptive reactions (Na') and Extraceptive (Ex'), both with emphasis on the situation (r = -0.29).
Symptomatically, too, we ascribe excessive weight to the intellectual weeklies and literary supplements of the eastern establishment, impelled as they often are by ideological presuppositions and by being conversant with and acceptive of the opinions, tastes, and tactics of an idolatrous Zeitgeist.
Q: If the oil prices continue to rise, is the government's position just acceptive of further falls in the exchange rate?
Personally I am acceptive of the fact that we now live in a continuous surveillance spotlight.
Acceptive nation states have high societal support but rank low in state autonomy.
This situation is very similar to the policy dynamics in both acceptive states and syncretic ones.
They have typically but not solely arisen in fields already acceptive of mail order and distant delivery.
Conversely, it is possible that students who enroll in nonscientific majors would be less likely to evaluate particular paranormal events as critically and stringently because of their being more acceptive of alternative ideas.
They argued that, at best, all we could do was be acceptive of our fate.