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The Age of Innocence
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  • "No," she acquiesced; and her tone was so faint and desolate that he felt a sudden remorse for his own hard thoughts.
  • Mr. Letterblair looked at him from under enquiring eyebrows, and the young man, aware of the uselessness of trying to explain what was in his mind, bowed acquiescently while his senior continued: "Divorce is always unpleasant."
  • "Ah, yes," the Marchioness acquiesced.
  • Archer acquiesced, and she turned the ponies down Narragansett Avenue, crossed Spring Street and drove out toward the rocky moorland beyond.

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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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