property acquired other than by inheritance, as by purchase or gift.
And in the pursuit and acquest of this knowledge he stuck neither at any labour or cost.
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to assent tacitly; submit or comply silently or without protest; agree; consent: to acquiesce halfheartedly in a business plan. Contemporary Examples Are five crotchety conservative men likely to decide to acquiesce to this change, or fight it? The Supreme Court’s Anti-Rainbow Warriors Michael Tomasky March 25, 2013 So many wish to suppress this history, and […]
to assent tacitly; submit or comply silently or without protest; agree; consent: to acquiesce halfheartedly in a business plan. Contemporary Examples And so, after several days of rather conflicted contemplation, I acquiesced. The Penis Debate Cole Gamble January 27, 2009 Eventually Corder said he acquiesced, and the operator connected him. Two Companies Accused of Fleecing […]
the act or condition of or giving tacit assent; agreement or consent by silence or without objection; compliance (usually followed by to or in): acquiescence to his boss’s demands. Law. such neglect to take legal proceedings for such a long time as to imply the abandonment of a right. Contemporary Examples The Latin powerhouse’s acquiescence […]
disposed to or consent tacitly. Contemporary Examples I wandered around aimlessly for a while, then gave the goose to an acquiescent hippy on a barge. The Life and Art of Radical Provocateur—and Commune Leader—Otto Muehl Anthony Haden-Guest September 21, 2014 Historical Examples “Which will not be for some years to come,” said Mrs. Ryle, feeling […]