acquiescent

[ ak-wee-es-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF acquiescent

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACQUIESCENT

An acquiescent fool for a son-in-law, a kind of gentlemanly valet!

Andy shrugged his shoulders, and gave an acquiescent whistle.

Her state of mind was strangely quiescent and acquiescent in all that was done to her or for her.

But this acquiescent murmur made him long to smooth it down.

Skinner, the acquiescent one, putting his foot down like that!

He hurls at you this book of his own deeds that it may smite you into acquiescent admiration.

He had intended that the smile should be acquiescent, but it had been as cold as steel.

He was full of the new possibilities, and his wife was acquiescent.

It was his custom to laugh a great deal, in his acquiescent, wilful manner.

Acquiescent token on the part of the new dignitary, Squire Pole.

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