Entry from British & World English dictionary
Ready to accept something without resistance; receptive.
- Not that he was calmly acceptive of the decline and death that would inevitably follow.
- They were reverently acceptive of every Victorian formula.
- These countries were recently added to the European Union, which generally has been very acceptive of equal rights for LGBT folks.
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