Definition of 'acquiesce'
Example sentences containing 'acquiesce'
WIDOW'S END (2001)
In deference to her tears Diana had vetoed any action at least for a day or two and reluctantly, Kate had had to acquiesce.MIDNIGHT IS A LONELY PLACE (2001)
Jaffe looked at her for a long time, as though he wasn't yet certain whether to acquiesce or not.THE GREAT AND SECRET SHOW (2001)
"There wasn't much she could do but acquiesce as gracefully as she could.T2: INFILTRATOR (2001)
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