Definition of acceptant in English:

acceptant

Line breaks: ac¦cept|ant
Pronunciation: /əkˈsɛpt(ə)nt
 
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adjective

(acceptant of) rare
Willingly accepting (something).
More example sentences
  • They tire people out, wear them down, make them acceptant of shoddy workmanship or service. I'm impressed at the same time as I'm angry.
  • Leftist psychologists are obsessed with the fact that conservatives are more acceptant of the power and authority arrangements in our present society than they are.
  • Friday morning, first day of the test I still vex but I was acceptant of my fate.

Origin

late 16th century: from French, 'accepting', present participle of accepter.

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