Use Acquiesce in a sentence
Meaning: [verb] to agree to; give in to ;
Will companies acquiesce and adopt the standard without question?
She acquiesced later that day, she said, explaining, “I just wanted it to stop.”
The assistant said she acquiesced out of fear of losing her job, according to the findings.
The board claimed that Zimmer refused to work with executives “unless they acquiesced to his demands.”
He acquiesced in his father’s decision.
Medea pleads for one day’s delay, and Creon begrudgingly acquiesces.
The son acquiesced in his parents’ wishes.
When he acquiesced to the German proposal, he was forced from office on 13 January by hardliners.
She acquiesced to this request and plans were made to construct the tomb underneath the floor that supported the rotunda.
However, China acquiesced when Russia annexed Crimea in late March.