Related formsnon·ac·qui·es·cence, noun
Can be confusedacquiescence permission
Examples from the Web for acquiescence
The Latin powerhouse's acquiescence to La Paz has been particularly glaring.
There is no effective congressional oversight, as we can see by the acquiescence of the intelligence and judiciary committees.Daniel Ellsberg: Edward Snowden Is a Hero and We Need More Whistleblowers|Daniel Ellsberg|June 10, 2013|DAILY BEAST
As measured by actions, American policy has otherwise been acquiescence.
A new German book reveals that prominent postwar German leaders hid their Nazi past with the acquiescence of the U.S. government.New Book Reveals Postwar Germany’s Nazi Party Ties Cover-Up|Liesl Schillinger|May 9, 2013|DAILY BEAST
She knew Harry was taking her weariness for acquiescence, and she let him take it so.The Coast of Chance|Esther Chamberlain
This may, perhaps, be intended to intimidate into acquiescence, but the effect has been most unfortunately otherwise.
Conscience had been bribed into acquiescence, and the iniquity thrived.History of the Negro Race in America From 1619 to 1880. Vol 1|George W. Williams
Pete Cayce first revolted from the strain on his attention, subordination, and acquiescence.The Prophet of the Great Smoky Mountains|Charles Egbert Craddock
Acquiescence without protest to the inclusion of copper and other articles in the British lists of absolute contraband.Current History, A Monthly Magazine|New York Times