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acquiesce
used in Persuasion

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Definition
reluctant or unenthusiastic compliance, consent, or agreement
  • Mrs Smith gave a most good-humoured acquiescence.
    Chapter 19 (96% in)
  • Anne smiled more than once to herself during this speech, and entered into the subject, as ready to do good by entering into the feelings of a young lady as of a young man, though here it was good of a lower standard, for what could be offered but general acquiescence?
    Chapter 12 (8% in)

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