Synonyms of 'acceptance'
the act of accepting somethingThe party is being downgraded by its acceptance of secret donations.
the act of accepting somethinga theory that is steadily gaining acceptance
The talks ended in acrimony rather than agreement.
The proposed modifications met with widespread approval.
Can my child be medically examined without my consent?
The declaration reflects a growing consensus on the types of reform necessary in developing countries.
He gave his assent to the proposed legislation.
Seismologists give this idea little credence.
The result has not met with universal approbation.
stamp or seal of approval
favourable receptionAvant-garde music has not found general public acceptance.
Rugby League enjoys a huge following.
They are prepared to resort to violence in support of their views.
the adoption of Japanese management practices
This is a powerful endorsement of his style of governing.
the leadership's espousal of the causes of reform and nationalism
the act of accepting somethingan effort to ensure that all people achieve real acceptance
belief or agreementa letter of acceptance
belief or agreementHe thought about it for a moment, then nodded his reluctant acceptance.
She nodded her head in submission.
He sighed with profound resignation.
He said there'd be no concession of territory.
We seem to have reached unprecedented depths of compliance and timidity.
a chain of social command linked by deference to authority
She smiled her acquiescence and resumed her seat.
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the act of acknowledging something or someone
He appreciated her acknowledgement of his maturity.
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Thesaurus for acceptance from the Collins English Thesaurus