I wandered around aimlessly for a while, then gave the goose to an acquiescent hippy on a barge.
"Which will not be for some years to come," said Mrs. Ryle, feeling pleased with the boy's acquiescent spirit.
Her state of mind was strangely quiescent and acquiescent in all that was done to her or for her.
At last, this far too acquiescent lover had rebelled against her decree of silence and separation.
But this acquiescent murmur made him long to smooth it down.
Mr. Straus saw in this acquiescent mood a chance to appeal directly to President Wilson.
Skinner, the acquiescent one, putting his foot down like that!
"Very well," said Anna-Felicitas, who was the most amiable, acquiescent person in the world.
He had intended that the smile should be acquiescent, but it had been as cold as steel.
"You can depend upon me," he answered, with an acquiescent nod.