accept[ ak-sept ]SEE DEFINITION OF accept
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACCEPT
Accept them for a dowry; and allow me to claim one privilege in return.
Thank you, Robert; I will accept your gift with thanks on one condition.
It had been folly enough while he believed that she stood ready to accept him and his wealth.
The responsibilities of the position I feel, but accept them without fear.
To accept their nomination and stand as a Rural District Councillor!
Mr. Chamberlain, who had asked for these safeguards, did not accept them.
Also, as a rule, he was weak enough to accept a gift when the stranger parted.
This is the eternal agreement, but an agreement of which we find it difficult to accept the terms.
And now, may I have the honor of asking you to accept the escort of Mr. Cassidy to our gallery.
And now that Miss Gregg has said she will accept me, it's really all over.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR ACCEPT
- apply oneself
- bang away at
- come to grips with
- deal with
- devote oneself to
- embark upon
- engage in
- give a try
- give a whirl
- go for it
- make a run at
- pitch into
- set about
- square off
- start the ball rolling
- take a shot at
- take in hand
- take on
- take up
- try on for size
- turn one's hand to
- turn to
- work on