1 Mr. Crawford bowed his acquiescence.
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2 Mrs Smith gave a most good-humoured acquiescence.
3 This accounted for Mrs. Yeobright's acquiescence in the revival of an evidently sore subject.
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4 He shrugged his shoulders in ungracious acquiescence, while our visitor in hurried words and with much excitable gesticulation poured forth his story.
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5 The Prime Minister nodded his acquiescence.
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6 Her hand was concealed in the folds of her dress and he cautiously wormed his hand to it and squeezed it, overwhelmed at his own boldness and at her acquiescence.
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7 Something in his prompt acquiescence frightened her; she felt behind it the stored force of a patience that might subdue the strongest will.
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8 They do not see that by their tacit encouragement, their silent acquiescence, the black shadow of lawlessness in the form of lynch law is spreading its wings over the whole country.
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9 David nodded, as much to signify his acquiescence with the terms; and then Hawkeye, casting another observant glance over his followers made the signal to proceed.
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10 Elizabeth was exceedingly pleased with this proposal, and felt persuaded of her sister's ready acquiescence.
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11 Darcy shook his head in silent acquiescence.
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12 After a moment's recollection, therefore, concluding that prudence required dispatch, and that her acquiescence would best promote it, she walked silently towards the table, and sat down.
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13 I inclined my head in acquiescence.
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14 Some instinct, waking at these memories, stronger than education or piety, quickened within him at every near approach to that life, an instinct subtle and hostile, and armed him against acquiescence.
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15 The policeman nodded acquiescence, and the man kneeling down placed his bag beside him.