Pronunciation of Acquiesce
/ˌakwɪˈɛs/, /ˌakwɪˈɛs/, /ˌa_k_w_ɪ__ˈɛ_s/
Antonyms for acquiesce:
Usage examples for acquiesce:
- She felt physically ill when she thought of it, and when she thought of the heat of the coming summer, she wondered what she would do; but all she could do was to acquiesce. - "A Daughter of the Land", Gene Stratton-Porter.
- But, unlike his predecessors, he saw that there were great forces at work which, whether with England's concurrence or in spite of it, would accomplish that revolution in the East for which the time was now come; and he was statesman enough not to acquiesce in the belief that the welfare of England was in permanent and necessary antagonism to the moral interests of mankind and the better spirit of the age. - "History of Modern Europe 1792-1878", C. A. Fyffe.
- It is a measure in which all parties ought to acquiesce, in order to preserve the place where and the stake for which they play. - "Sydney Smith", George W. E. Russell.
Idioms for acquiesce:
- acquiesce to sm or sth;
Quotes for acquiesce:
Rhymes for acquiesce:
- press, mess, dress, bess, wes, cress, gless, ness, yes, guess, chess, fess, ess, ques, ches, kess, les, esse, ress, s, vess, tess, abs, jess, gess, pless, es, nes, hesse, stress, fests, tress, bless, hess, crests, less, guests;
- noblesse, fluoresce, progress, express, redress, finesse, assess, divests, caress, etess, impress, oppress, aggress, obsess, excess, ts, possess, ls, undress, regress, suggests, recess, protests, address, depress, compress, confess, contests, egress, ellesse, profess, repress, attests, fs, vs, digress, digests, molests, largesse, success, suppress, invests, transgress, retests, distress, infests, unless, requests;
- reassess, ers, pos, reinvests, dispossess, lcs, cps, cus, dss, nonetheless, oas, coalesce, ins, las, repossess, ccs, uys, uss, convalesce;
- cmos, adss, stds, ws, hces, abts, tcas, nevertheless;