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embrace to take up or accept readily. [1/8 definitions]
follow to accept and obey as an authority, guide, or leader. [1/14 definitions]
force-feed to force (one) to eat, learn, or accept something either against the will or at an uncomfortably fast pace.
grant to admit or accept. [1/5 definitions]
honor to accept as valid. [1/12 definitions]
inculcate to cause to accept an idea or value; imbue (usu. fol. by with). [1/2 definitions]
indoctrinate to cause to accept a particular doctrine or viewpoint. [1/2 definitions]
infidel one who does not believe in or accept a religious faith, esp. that of Christianity or Islam. [1/2 definitions]
intolerance inability or unwillingness to accept the existence or validity of opinions, beliefs, customs, and practices different from one's own.
intolerant unable or unwilling to accept the existence or validity of opinions, beliefs, customs, and practices different from one's own; not tolerant. [1/2 definitions]
jump at to take or accept quickly and eagerly.
painful hard to accept or do. [1/2 definitions]
palm off to sell or get someone to accept (something) by deception, as by misrepresenting it.
preach to advocate publicly; urge others to adopt or accept. [1/4 definitions]
propaganda information or statements of opinion that are deliberately circulated among the public in order to persuade the population to accept a particular point of view, esp. one in favor of or opposed to a particular movement, cause, or doctrine.
reaccept combined form of accept.
rebellious unwilling to accept one's situation or submit to the will of others. [1/4 definitions]
receive to accept (something) that has been bestowed. [2/10 definitions]
refusal an option to accept or reject something. [1/2 definitions]
refuse1 to decline to accept or give. [1/3 definitions]
reject to refuse to accept, grant entry to, acknowledge, or act upon. [1/5 definitions]