Acceptive



inclined to receive or ; receptive:
She was seldom acceptive of my suggestions.
reasonably satisfactory; :
an acceptive mode of transportation.
Historical Examples

Furthermore, I am an inceptive candidate and a susceptive candidate, and an acceptive candidate.
Through the Outlooking Glass Simeon Strunsky

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    the ability, right, or permission to approach, enter, speak with, or use; admittance: They have access to the files. the state or quality of being approachable: The house was difficult of access. a way or means of approach: The only access to the house was a rough dirt road. Theology. approach to God through Jesus […]

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