from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Accepting willingly.
from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who accepts; an accepter. Specifically
- noun [capitalized] One of the French bishops and clergy who accepted the bull Unigenitus, issued in 1713 by Pope Clement XI. against the Jansenists.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun An accepter.
- adjective Accepting; receiving.
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- adjective accepting willingly
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The Government remains the only Employer acceptant of Wage claims unwarranted by Production gains.
Instead of having our governments do the killing for us, since most of the western population seems so acceptant of such actions, we could go and do the job ourselves.
It suggests, as Trilling puts it, "a more strenuous moral experience" than does sincerity, as well as "a less acceptant and genial view of the social circumstances of life."
“Oh, you bad thing, to buy so much food!” was her greeting, and her voice was gay, her smile acceptant.
Mais n'importe quoi bande de trou du cul en vous acceptant on vous rejete!
This is why that Thursday night acceptant speech is so important.
If a person can believe that KILLING an innocent child is right, they should all be even more acceptant to the prospect of living forever.
From: CORWYN OF AMBER To: ACAPULCO Subject: - = * If a person can believe that KILLING an innocent child is right, they should all be even more acceptant to the prospect of living forever.
There have never been any schisms in our religion, because we are all-acceptant.
On peut donc travailler librement en acceptant avec vraisemblance l'idée que tout est ouvert.