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acquiesce
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David Copperfield
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  • I listened attentively to the good old fellow, and acquiesced, with all my heart, in what he said.
  • I inclined my head in acquiescence.
  • Traddles, appealed to by Mrs. Micawber’s eye, feelingly acquiesced.
  • I submissively expressed, by my silence, my acquiescence in all I had heard from my superior in years and knowledge; and we talked about The Stranger and the Drama, and the pairs of horses, until we came to Mr. Spenlow’s gate.
  • He acquiescing, we followed at a distance: never losing sight of her, but never caring to come very near, as she frequently looked about.
  • My aunt and I both acquiesced.

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  • She is opposed, but will ultimately acquiesce to the will of the majority.
  • You can make them acquiesce, but don’t expect them to be happy about it.

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