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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Now, Republicans have rewarded Greene with a coveted seat on the Education and Labor Committee, a post that she probably could not have won without the acquiescence of her onetime critics, McCarthy and Scalise.
Rawlings was compelled to secure World Bank and International Monetary Fund assistance, a tactical acquiescence that proved pivotal for heritage.
It is not simply acquiescing in that Covenant in the heart, but signifying that acquiescence in a positive service.
It is the definite exercise of giving acquiescence to that Covenant in its whole character.
Inasmuch as gracious capacities lead to acquiescence in what God requires.
Bowing again in silent acquiescence, the white-haired servant closed the door and left her.
MISTRESS WILDINGRAFAEL SABATINI
Tatsu rose instantly, though the gesture was far from giving an effect of acquiescence.
THE DRAGON PAINTERMARY MCNEIL FENOLLOSA
He paused, but she stood motionless, without giving him any sign of acquiescence or even of attention.
SUMMEREDITH WHARTON
Mangouit smiled his acquiescence, and we left him, in the hopes that he would at least change his linen.
He knew she was quite capable of handling the punt, even in the rapids, so he merely growled his acquiescence.
RUTH FIELDING AT COLLEGEALICE B. EMERSON

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