Sources: Law Dictionary
We must, therefore, acquiesce in the necessity, which denounces our separation, and hold them., as we hold the rest of mankind, enemies in war, in peace friends.
It added that the "most compassionate course is to provide love, support and the best possible medical and nursing care, not to acquiesce in requests for assisted suicide.
Then they will do one of two things: acquiesce in Chinese hegemony, or band together to fight it.
I had to acquiesce in her decision despite my private opinion.
suppose or acquiesce in that people pursue the two ideal goals;
If Fidel's successors fix the economy, Cubans may acquiesce in their rule.
Though he thought otherwise, he had to acquiesce in the plan made by the majority.
He should even demand that the law be enforced and then be willing to acquiesce in the ultimate judgment of the courts.
Patriotism does not oblige us to acquiesce in the destruction of liberty. Patriotism obliges us to question it, at least.
Only after a decade – and a fierce controversy – did they acquiesce in forming a new, democratic Army called the Bundeswehr.