willingly or readily or receiving; receptive.
Historical Examples

Where there is either no intrinsic value, or no acceptant capacity, there is no effectual value; that is to say, no wealth.
Unto This Last and Other Essays on Political Economy John Ruskin

He awoke in the morning, acceptant of what he had done in the night.
Cleo The Magnificent Louis Zangwill

Where the intrinsic value and acceptant capacity come together there is Effectual value, or wealth.
Unto This Last and Other Essays on Political Economy John Ruskin

receiving willingly; receptive

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