Word of the day

Standard

ACQUIESCE
Verb

DEFINITION

To accept, or agree, give in, go along with something without protest, often unwillingly.

Examples

The administration decided to acquiesce and let the students have a dance.
Although Bill’s every instinct told him to acquiesce and sign over his company; he decided to fight for his future.
Despite the fact he is losing the debate, Bill will never acquiesce.
Despite acquiescing in the board’s decision, he had never really changed his view.
Bill hesitated before he acquiesced to the offer.

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