Osbourne assented that Rivers had made it easier for her and "other independent, outspoken women" to be themselves.
Yes, it is, assented the young pitcher, for I did want Reggie Varley to know who really robbed his valise.
But Cousin Henry assented to the proposition and took his departure.
The remark sounded a little inconsequent in Janetta's ear, but Margaret understood and assented.
Craig assented eagerly, and Vandam left us for a moment to get them.
Much against his own will, Rivers assented, though his impatience frequent found utterance in words querulously sarcastic.
"That's so," assented Mrs. March, bustling about to stir up the fire.
"Yes," assented, Stoliker, winking quietly at the professor.
Fred assented to this, provided Matthew would accompany him.
“Imposing on our innocence, it seems to me,” assented Tom, gloomily.
early 14c., "consent, approval," from Old French assent, a back-formation from assentir (see assent (v.)).