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Definitionreluctant or unenthusiastic compliance, consent, or agreement
- I acquiesced, of course, knowing nothing to the contrary.Chapter 24 (4% in)
- "No," said I. "No," he acquiesced: "I heard it had happened very lately.Chapter 22 (3% in)
- I said I could manage it,—would manage it,— and he was so very much pleased by my acquiescence, that I was pleased too.Chapter 55 (64% in)
There are no more uses of "acquiesce" in Great Expectations.
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