Acquiesce in a Sentence  πŸ”Š

Definition of Acquiesce

to agree or express agreement

Examples of Acquiesce in a sentence

While I did not want to go to the show with Laura, her begging eventually caused me to acquiesce. πŸ”Š

The administration decided to acquiesce and let the students have a dance. πŸ”Š

Even though it was her favorite purse, Jana decided to acquiesce and hand it over to the mugger. πŸ”Š

Although Larry’s every instinct told him to acquiesce and sign over his company, he decided to fight for his future. πŸ”Š

I would rather acquiesce to her demands than listen to her constantly scream! πŸ”Š

Right now, John's parents do not want him to enroll in an art school, but he believes they will acquiesce in time. πŸ”Š

Despite the fact he is losing the debate, Francois will never acquiesce. πŸ”Š

Though I do not want to complete the project, I may acquiesce if a promotion is involved. πŸ”Š

Do not acquiesce and sign that agreement until you have reviewed it first! πŸ”Š

Currently, the king is considering a declaration of war, but he may acquiesce after hearing from his council. πŸ”Š

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