accepted[ ak-sep-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF accepted
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACCEPTED
Mrs. Rushton was pleased with this mark of attention, and after a slight demur, accepted.
He accepted Percival's invitation that afternoon to go down into the Street with him.
It will not even be a regular history in the accepted sense of the word.
We accepted his kind invitation to make ourselves his guests while we remained.
"Your escort was accepted because you were the first to offer it," said Halbert.
My place was at Hester Paine's side, since she had accepted my escort.
And it was with eagerness that I accepted the touching invitation.
Andy accepted the house as a blessing and went straight toward it.
I offered to engage not to marry at all, if that condition may be accepted.
It was accepted and Sir Robert Peel went out of office forever.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR ACCEPTED
- on the level
- on the up and up
- common knowledge
- going around
- in circulation
- in progress
- in the mainstream
- in the news
- in use
- in vogue
- on front burner