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acquiesce
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Oliver Twist
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  • ’So it is,’ acquiesced Mr. Claypole.
  • ’No more they have,’ acquiesced the undertaker.
  • ’So it is,’ acquiesced the undertaker.
  • ’No more we should,’ acquiesced the Jew, who had been considering during this speech, and had only caught the last sentence.
  • Toby acquiesced; and they hurried through the main street of the little town, which at that late hour was wholly deserted.
  • Mr. Sowerberry rightly construed this, as an acquiescence in his proposition; it was speedily determined, therefore, that Oliver should be at once initiated into the mysteries of the trade; and, with this view, that he should accompany his master on the very next occasion of his services being required.

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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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