Pamela acquiesces to an extremely uncomfortable kiss, and then is finally allowed to go.
I feel as if I could kill every man who acquiesces in the present order of things.
All this makes her the more reluctant to part with him; but, as it is for a throne, she acquiesces.
He longs to live, yet acquiesces in death, argues not with the inexorable.
But the sculptor, with his insight, acquiesces, so this man need not pity him.
The Queen promptly claims him for her husband and he acquiesces.
"France also acquiesces," said he, when he had finished the reading.
He felt weak like a drowning man who acquiesces in the waters.
It acquiesces in them; and, in a manner, fixes and reposes itself on them.
The American People acquiesces slowly, or frequently does not acquiesce in what is beneficial to its Interests.