acceptable[ ak-sep-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF acceptable
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACCEPTABLE
He took everything that came to him as in itself right and acceptable.
The ladies are not the only greenbacks that are accepted at sight; and acceptable to it.
The kind of renown most accessible and acceptable to mediocrity.
Tell me, Mr Dorrit, what surprise would be the most unlooked for and the most acceptable to you.
They were acceptable to me, because they echoed my own mind, and confirmed my own knowledge.
He was so serious; he said he feared it wouldn't be acceptable.
There are many to whom it may be acceptable, but it is not so to me.
Nor is it without ground that fools are so acceptable to God.
Do you think that your presence here can be acceptable to those two lovers?
All they can offer, no doubt, will be acceptable, but we owe a duty to the ship.