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Synonyms for acquiesce

Synonyms for acquiesce

to respond affirmatively; receive with agreement or compliance

Synonyms for acquiesce

to agree or express agreement


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Margaret McEntire, who founded Candy Bouquet International of Little Rock in 1989, has finally acquiesced to her husband's pleas: She retired earlier this month.
I did not jump to any conclusions as you have now acquiesced and rectified the errors.
WINDSOR'S leading trainer and rider Richard Hannon and Ryan Moore served up what has become an almost expected evening fixture winner when Acquiesced got home by a whisker in the fillies' maiden.
Richard Hannon has few peers in the training of juveniles and it will be a major shock if Acquiesced does not get off the mark in the EBF Theatre Royal Windsor "See How They Run" Maiden Fillies Stakes at Windsor tonight.
Hayley Turner's mount collared 11-8 market - leader Acquiesced by a neck.
The president has acquiesced by inserting more troops.
Our daughter, Hannah, 11, pleaded and pestered us to get a dog, and once we moved to a home with a big enough area, I acquiesced.
When the robbers acquiesced to his request, Colley moved to a seat near where he kept his pistol, got hold of his gun, and fired twice at Howard, hitting him in the head once, killing him.
resolutions demanded the harshest of responses has essentially acquiesced to the "facts on the ground" strategy of various Likud leaders, a campaign of decades of defiance to U.
The IRS acquiesced to Sutherland (see Action on Decision (AOD) 2002-02, Feb.
I hope that someday we will be acquiesced So never again will we be wrongly addressed.
He finally acquiesced on January 1, 1863, and issued the Emancipation Proclamation.
Strange, since we're in the middle of an empty ocean, but the captain acquiesced and we prepared to render them honors from our bridgewing.
The IRS recently acquiesced to this ruling (Chief Counsel Notice N(35) 000173,10-17-00).
White people who did not know him were apt to treat him as one of themselves, and if he acquiesced, and they subsequently learned the contrary, they were likely to blame him for presumption rather than themselves for lack of discernment.