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acquiesce

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Pronunciation:

[ˌakwɪˈɛs], [ˌakwɪˈɛs], [ˌa_k_w_ɪ__ˈɛ_s]
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Synonyms for Acquiesce:

agree (verb)

accede, accept, affirm, agree, approve, assent, bless, capitulate, concur, conform, consent, contract, cooperate, empathize, endorse, pledge, promise, sanction, stipulate, welcome.

comply (verb)

adhere, bend, bow, cave, cede, comply, defer, fulfill, genuflect, knuckle under, kowtow, obey, observe, respect, submit, succumb, surrender, yield.

conform (verb)

ape, mimic.

consent (verb)

allow, condone, let, ratify.

obey (verb)

serve.

Other synonyms and related words:

abide, abide by, abide with, aby, acclaim, accommodate, accord, acknowledge, acquiesce in, adapt, adhere to, adjust, admit, agnize, agree in opinion, agree on, agree to, agree with, agree without protest, amen to, applaud, assent to, avow, back down, balance, be agreeable, be agreeable to, be dying to, be eager, be game, be merciful, be open to, be persuaded, be ready, be reconciled to, be spoiling for, be willing, bear, bear with, bend to, bide, bow to, brook, buy, cave in, charge, cheer, chime in with, close in with, close with, cohere, coincide, collaborate, combine, come across, come around, come over, come round, come to, come to terms, comply with, compromise, concede, concurrence, condescend, confess, confidence, confirm, conform to, connivance, credit, crumble, cry quits, cry uncle, cut a deal, defer to, digest, ditto, doze, ease off, ease up, eat, echo, embrace, embrace an offer, enlist, enter, face the music, fall in with, follow, get over it, give, give assent, give consent, give ground, give in, give into, give out, give the nod, give up, give way, go, go along, go along with, go with, grant, hail, harmonize, have no objection, heed, hold with, in toto, incline, jibe, knock under, knuckle down, lean, lend oneself to, live with, live with it, look kindly upon, make concessions, melt, mind, nap, nod, nod assent, not hesitate, not hesitate to, not resist, ok, okay, others, own, own up to, pass, pass without remark, pause, peace, permit, play ball, plunge into, pocket, protection, put up with, quit, receive, recess, reciprocate, recognize, reconcile, reconcile oneself to, relax, relaxation, relent, remainder, remnant, repose, residue, resign, resign oneself, resign oneself to, rest, retreat, roll over and play dead, safety, say aye to, say ditto, say uncle, say yes, say yes to, security, see fit, set, shake on, show compassion, show mercy, show pity, sleep, slumber, soften, stand, stomach, stoop, strike in with, subscribe, subscribe to, suffer, suggest, support, swallow, swallow it, swallow the pill, take, take cognizance of, take comfort, take heart, take it, take kindly to, take on, take up with, tally, think good, think proper, to consent, tolerate, toleration, tranquillity, truckle to, trust, undertake, vote, vote for, vouchsafe, way, weaken, withdraw, would as leave, would as lief, yes, yield assent.

Rhymes for Acquiesce:

  1. guess, press, mess, dress, es, tress, cress, hesse, crests, fess, hess, chess, stress, bless, less, ness, yes, s;
  2. express, success, recess, suppress, confess, protests, noblesse, regress, redress, oppress, digress, caress, molests, assess, contests, obsess, requests, transgress, attests, repress, digests, possess, undress, distress, depress, largesse, fluoresce, impress, egress, aggress, suggests, excess, address, compress, progress, finesse, profess, divests;
  3. dispossess, nonetheless, reassess, repossess, oas, cps, convalesce, coalesce;
  4. nevertheless;

Quotes for Acquiesce:

  1. The strongest and most effective force in guaranteeing the long -term maintenance of power is not violence in all the forms deployed by the dominant to control the dominated, but consent in all the forms in which the dominated acquiesce in their own domination. Robert Frost.
  2. Some theists in evolutionary science acquiesce to these tacit rules and retain a personal faith while accepting a thoroughly naturalistic picture of physical reality. Phillip E. Johnson.
  3. Men acquiesce in a thousand things, once righteously and boldly done, to which, if proposed to them in advance, they might find endless objections. Robert Dale Owen.

Idioms of Acquiesce:

  1. acquiesce to sm or sth;
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