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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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Kusama's struggle to master her internal demons and the "external" sensibility of '60s art resulted in works too heavy for their idiom; Pop is about acquiescing to desire, not combating it.
Worse than that, they tend to follow orders so rigidly - blindly acquiescing to obvious programming mistakes - that they sometimes resemble the brooms used by the sorcerer's apprentice in the Walt Disney film Fantasia, endlessly repeating a process no matter how ridiculous or destructive the outcome.
Following the Pazzi conspiracy the Medici, while acquiescing in its existence, emasculated the Parte.
By frequently talking conservative, and calling itself conservative - while pursuing or acquiescing to damaging policies that are anything but conservative - the administration has given conservatism black eye.
government should continue establishing and enforcing its own safety standards, rather than acquiescing to a multilateral organization that in this instance doesn't even have a current standard.
Congress and the president can continue to, in effect, stressfully pressure us into acquiescing to the excessive growth force side of the fault line by doing business as usual, or we can pressure them into moderating our inordinate growth movement through legislatively reducing our massively immoderate immigration quotas.
In AOD/CC-1990-06 (2/7/90), the IRS announced that it was acquiescing in the McDonald decision, so that if a joint tenant has the right under state law to sever the joint tenancy or have the property partitioned, it will no longer litigate that the relevant transfer is the transfer that created the joint tenancy.
That left Andy with the choice of fighting for years in the off-chance that another court would say that case was wrong or acquiescing in the government's position.
I realize that Turkey is very sensitive about this issue, but we have made a mistake of acquiescing for many years to Turkey's reluctance to face its past.
Fitch is troubled by many findings in the report, particularly the number and levels of individuals and entities agreeing or acquiescing to poor financial planning and inadequate disclosure, as it is characterized in the report.
The time for public posturing and private acquiescing by brain-dead, elected leaders is over.
Acquiescing to the urgings of Hong Kong's democratic leaders, House Speaker Newt Gingrich pulled back Sunday on a proposal to link favored trade status with China to its behavior toward Hong Kong.
and by acquiescing in alleged misconduct by Liberty.