Thesaurus / more acceptable


May these well-meant efforts of my pen be more acceptable to you than those of my tongue!

The English Church in the Eighteenth CenturyCharles J. Abbey and John H. Overton

I don't know which were the more acceptable—cigarettes or old papers.

Abhor the covering of filthy lust with handsome names to make it the more acceptable.

The more fluid that the conceptions of a statesman are, the greater that his adaptability is, the more acceptable he becomes.

At LargeArthur Christopher Benson

To replace part or even most of the meat in a dish with a food of approximate dietetic value would generally be more acceptable.

Nor was the idea of Philip's election at all more acceptable to the Spaniards themselves.

We know of no work which will make a more acceptable present than this extremely handsome and really useful book.

Your kindness is the more acceptable, because it is shown in the day of affliction.

I know nothing is more acceptable than to speak of one who is to be so, but to speak of one who is so!

If you will do me a favour on my terms, it will be more acceptable to me, my dear Stanfield, than I can possibly tell you.

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