Assenter



to agree or concur; subscribe to (often followed by to):
to assent to a statement.
to give in; yield; concede:
Assenting to his demands, I did as I was told.
agreement, as to a proposal; concurrence.
acquiescence; compliance.
Historical Examples

The above is a brief specimen of the assenter in conversation.
Talkers John Bate

With the greatest good nature and good breeding, he was the very opposite to an assenter.
Critical and Historical Essays, Volume III (of 3) Thomas Babington Macaulay

noun
agreement, as to a statement, proposal, etc; acceptance
hesitant agreement; compliance
sanction
verb
(intransitive) usually foll by to. to agree or express agreement
v.

c.1300, from Old French assentir “agree; get used to” (12c.), from Latin assentare “to agree with,” frequentative of assentire, from ad- “to” (see ad-) + sentire “to feel, think” (see sense (n.)). Related: Assented; assenting.
n.

early 14c., “consent, approval,” from Old French assent, a back-formation from assentir (see assent (v.)).

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