Synonyms of 'accept'
in the sense of believe
to accept the statement or opinion of (a person) as true
Don't believe what you read in the papers.
in the sense of brook
The army will brook no weakening of its power.
in the sense of buy
to accept (something) as true
I'm not buying any of that nonsense.
in the sense of collect
to receive payments of (taxes, dues, or contributions)
They collected donations for a fund to help the earthquake victims.
in the sense of commence
They commenced a systematic search of the area.
in the sense of concede
to admit (something) as true or correct
She finally conceded that he was right.
in the sense of countenance
to support or tolerate
The planners will not countenance any changes to the exterior of the barn.
in the sense of embrace
to accept eagerly
He embraces the new information age.
in the sense of endure
to tolerate or put up with
I simply can't endure another moment of her company.
in the sense of experience
to be moved by
couples who have experienced the trauma of divorce
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Thesaurus for accept from the Collins English Thesaurus