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adjective as in acquiescent

adjective as in agreeable

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According to NOYB, even when this change materializes, it will not be enough to keep Apple on the right side of the law—because it won’t stop the company itself from tracking users without their explicit consent.

From Fortune

It says SROs must obtain written consent to access a student’s education records from a parent or guardian if the child is 18 or older.

As an industry, we need to approach consent with user experience and innovation in mind—not compliance.

From Fortune

For example, YouTube and Google agreed to pay the FTC a $170 million settlement for collecting personal information from children on YouTube without parental consent.

From Fortune

If you’ve ever used a 23andMe ancestry spit kit and provided consent for your data to be used for large genomic studies, you’ve benefited from those guidelines.

And why should sex between consenting adults result in life imprisonment?

What happens during that time is between two consenting adults.

The words at issue were when Robertson equated people having sex with animals as the same as sex between consenting gay adults.

He believes marriage should be only between consenting adults with opposing reproductive organs.

Homosexual conduct between consenting adults is legal in Turkey, but far from accepted.

He watched over and protected the misguided woman, consenting to act as godfather to the child she had by Lousteau.

Essex consenting to a parley, Tirlogh supposed that he had gained his point, and insisted on Sorley being a party.

We might as well run a hospital on the plan of never consenting to admit any case until mortification had set in!

Flamininus consenting, they separated, after appointing to meet next day on the beach near Thronium.

By consenting to everything demanded of her, she had a chance of saving her husband from suffering and disgrace.


On this page you'll find 110 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to consenting, such as: agreeable, biddable, game, obedient, and ready.

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