verb (used without object), ac·ced·ed, ac·ced·ing.
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Origin of accede
Examples from the Web for accede
The Nizam, continuing to see himself as a foreigner, refused to accede to India upon independence.
It is entirely the government's prerogative to accede to these requests or not.In Italy, Religious Minorities Struggle (Vainly) for Official Recognition|Anna Momigliano|November 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It is best, unless you are ready to accede to his wishes—and mine.Adrift in New York|Horatio Alger
The French abandoned their settlement, but the English refused to accede to the demand.The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III.|E. Farr and E. H. Nolan
The officers seemed much disposed to listen to these overtures; in fine, they soon decided to accede to them.Pyrrhus|Jacob Abbott
More was unwilling, however, to accede to the proposal, and made excuses.The Oxford Reformers|Frederic Seebohm
Yet we were obliged to refuse to accede to the numerous requests that the American sailors be permitted to visit this city.The Victory At Sea|William Sowden Sims