Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Ready to accept.
- Fitting; appropriate.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Fit for acceptance.
- adj. obsolete Ready to accept.
- adj. accepting willingly
- adj. inclined to accept rather than reject
- accept + -ive (Wiktionary)
“I'm not a Republican but I simply I can't believe that the majority of those who are can feel "acceptive" of what's going on with their Party.”
“I did make this around two years back, and must say my taste buds had become much acceptive towards them!”
“These countries were recently added to the European Union, which generally has been very acceptive of equal rights for LGBT folks far ahead of the United States.”
“I like how Nowrasteh refers to himself as â€œPersian.â€ His wingnut base probably wouldnâ€™t be as acceptive of him if he called himself Iranian, which is what he is.”
“Away, thou soul, (let me pick thee out singly, reader dear, and talk in perfect freedom, negligently, confidentially,) for one day and night at least, returning to the naked source-life of us allto the breast of the great silent savage all-acceptive Mother.”
“Mrs. McKay rapidly reads it as Uncle Jack is bestowing bags and bundles in the omnibus and feeing the acceptive porter, who now rushes back to the boat in the nick of time.”
“Adaptive Indian, Catholic Mexican, acceptive dragoon, one and all respected and believed in it.”
“My dear friend, your offers of help, and those of my other British friends, I think I fully appreciate, in the right spirit, welcome and acceptive -- leaving the matter altogether in your and their hands, and to your and their convenience, discretion, leisure, and nicety.”
“Away, thou soul, (let me pick thee out singly, reader dear, and talk in perfect freedom, negligently, confidentially,) for one day and night at least, returning to the naked source-life of us all -- to the breast of the great silent savage all-acceptive Mother.”
“Jon may be acceptive of mediocre for his kids," Gosselin said.”
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