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accede
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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • The quadrille had been most perfect, and it was evident there was a great demand for a repetition, Carmela alone objecting to it, but the Count of San-Felice besought his daughter so earnestly, that she acceded.
  • You were only a charming man before, but, if you accede to my proposal, you will be adorable.

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  • What would you have proposed, Maximilian, had you found me willing to accede?
  • The conversation had now turned upon a topic so pleasing to Morrel, that he was ready to accede to anything that Valentine thought fit to propose, and he likewise felt that a piece of intelligence such as he just heard ought to be more than sufficient to content him for one day.

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as in: accede to her suggestion Define
to agree or express agreement
as in: accede to the throne Define
take on duties or office
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