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admission acknowledgment or acceptance of a point at issue. [1/4 definitions]
advocate to urge support or acceptance of. [1/3 definitions]
belonging closeness and mutual acceptance in a relationship. [1/2 definitions]
benefit of the doubt acceptance of a statement or belief as true in the absence of contrary proof.
credence acceptance (of a statement or the like) as valid or true. [2 definitions]
currency widespread acceptance. [1/2 definitions]
Darwinism acceptance of or adherence to the Darwinian theory, esp. in transferring the theory to other subjects. [1/2 definitions]
defeatist characterized by an acceptance or expectation of failure. [1/2 definitions]
doublethink the simultaneous acceptance of two contradictory statements.
embrace willing acceptance or adoption. [1/8 definitions]
fatalism resignation to or acceptance of fate. [1/2 definitions]
marketplace the social or intellectual arena in which ideas, works, or judgments are considered to compete for acceptance or approval. [1/3 definitions]
nonacceptance combined form of acceptance.
offer to present for acceptance or refusal. [1/14 definitions]
OK1 (informal) all right; yes (used to indicate agreement, acceptance, understanding, readiness, or the like). [2/5 definitions]
penance in some Christian churches, a sacrament consisting of confession of and regret at having sinned, acceptance of punishment, and forgiveness. [1/2 definitions]
proponent in law, one who puts forward an instrument such as a will for acceptance or probate. [1/2 definitions]
psychological moment the most propitious time to introduce or try something and gain acceptance for it.
receivable suitable for acceptance. [1/3 definitions]
refuse1 to withhold acceptance, permission, or consent. [1/3 definitions]
repel to refuse acceptance of. [1/7 definitions]