Definition of acquiescent
: inclined to acquiesce
Examples of acquiescent in a sentence
The acquiescent girl became a strong assertive woman.
<was not as acquiescent about sharing her room as her parents seemed to think she should be>
Origin and Etymology of acquiescent
Latin acquiescent-, acquiescens, present participle of acquiescere
First Known Use: 1753
ACQUIESCENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of acquiescent for English Language Learners
: tending to accept or allow what other people want or demand
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