English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'assent to something'

(phrasal verb) 
I assented to the publisher's request to write this book.
Synonyms
agree to
,
allow
Would you allow me to accompany you?
,
accept
I do not accept that there is any kind of crisis in the industry.
,
grant
The magistrates granted that the charity was justified in bringing the action.
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approve
MPs approved the bill by a majority of 97.
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permit
I was permitted to bring my camera into the concert.
Our constitution does not permit the sending of troops.
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sanction
He may seem ready to sanction the use of force.
,
O.K.
,
comply with
,
go along with
, ,
consent to
,
say yes to
,
accede to
Why didn't you accede to our demands at the outset?
,
fall in with
,
acquiesce in
,
concur with
,
give the green light to
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Additional synonyms

in the sense of accede to
Why didn't you accede to our demands at the outset?
Synonyms
agree to,
consent to,
give in to,
surrender to,
yield to,
concede to,
acquiesce in,
assent to,
comply with,
concur to
in the sense of accept
Definition
to consider something as true
I do not accept that there is any kind of crisis in the industry.
Synonyms
swallow (informal),
buy (slang),
consent to,
buy into (slang),
cooperate with,
take on board,
accede,
concur with
in the sense of allow
Definition
to permit someone to do something
Would you allow me to accompany you?
Synonyms
let,
consent to,
concede to,
assent to,
give leave to,
give the green light for,
give a blank cheque to

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