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Another word for accept

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Verb
  1. To receive (something given or offered) willingly and gladly

      1. Received with pleasure and hospitality into one's company or home:
      2. Giving pleasure or satisfaction; agreeable or gratifying:
      3. Cordially or willingly permitted or invited:
      1. To grasp or grip:
      2. To capture physically; seize:
      3. To seize with authority or legal right:
      1. To clasp or hold close with the arms, usually as an expression of affection.
      2. To surround or enclose:
      3. To include or contain as part of something broader.
  2. To admit to one's possession, presence, or awareness

      1. To grasp or grip:
      2. To capture physically; seize:
      3. To seize with authority or legal right:
      1. To take or acquire (something given or offered); get or be given:
      2. To be the person who gets (something sent or transmitted):
      3. To catch or get possession of (a pass or a kicked ball, for example).
      1. To be in possession of:
      2. To possess as a characteristic, quality, or function:
      3. To possess or contain as a constituent part:
  3. To allow admittance, as to a group

      1. The act or an instance of swindling or cheating; a deception.
      1. To take or acquire (something given or offered); get or be given:
      2. To be the person who gets (something sent or transmitted):
      3. To catch or get possession of (a pass or a kicked ball, for example).
      1. To grant to be real, valid, or true; acknowledge or concede:
      2. To disclose or confess (guilt or an error, for example).
      3. To afford opportunity for; permit:
  4. To regard (something) as true or real

      1. To cause (food or drink, for example) to pass through the mouth and throat into the stomach.
      2. To put up with (something unpleasant):
      3. To refrain from expressing; suppress:
      1. To acquire in exchange for money or its equivalent; purchase.
      2. To be capable of purchasing:
      3. To acquire by sacrifice, exchange, or trade:
      1. To accept as true or real:
      2. To credit with veracity:
      3. To expect or suppose; think:
  5. To perceive and recognize the meaning of

      1. Perception; understanding:
      2. Range of vision.
      3. View; sight.
      1. A young shoot representing the current season's growth of a woody plant.
      2. Any small, leafless branch of a woody plant.
      1. To break up, turn over, or remove (earth or sand, for example), as with a shovel, spade, or snout, or with claws, paws or hands.
      2. To make or form by removing earth or other material:
      3. To prepare (soil) by loosening or cultivating.
      1. Well informed and perceptive; shrewd:
      2. Knowledgeable or proficient. Often used in combination:
      3. Practical understanding or shrewdness:
      1. To become aware of the nature and significance of; know or comprehend:
      2. To become aware of the intended meaning of (a person or remark, for example):
      3. To know and be tolerant or sympathetic toward:
      1. The act or an instance of swindling or cheating; a deception.
      1. To grasp or grip:
      2. To capture physically; seize:
      3. To seize with authority or legal right:
      1. Any of the faculties by which stimuli from outside or inside the body are received and felt, as the faculties of hearing, sight, smell, touch, taste, and equilibrium.
      2. A perception or feeling produced by a stimulus; sensation:
      3. The faculties of sensation as means of providing physical gratification and pleasure.
      1. To perceive with the eye:
      2. To detect by means analogous to use of the eye:
      3. To attend or view as a spectator:
      1. To examine and grasp the meaning of (written or printed characters, words, or sentences).
      2. To utter or render aloud (written or printed material):
      3. To have the ability to examine and grasp the meaning of (written or printed material in a given language or notation):
      1. To draw up (a document etc.), to designate (a cheque) to a given recipient, payee. [from 15th c.]
      2. To discern; to manage to see, hear etc. [from 16th c.]
      3. (now chiefly US, regional, intransitive) To manage, get along; to do (well, badly etc.). [from 17th c.]
      1. To take hold of or seize firmly with the hand, the foot, another body part, or an instrument:
      2. To hold with the arms; embrace.
      3. To take hold of intellectually; comprehend.
      1. To come into possession or use of; receive:
      2. To meet with or incur:
      3. To go after and obtain:
      1. To come or go after; proceed behind:
      2. To go after in pursuit:
      3. To keep under surveillance:
      1. A unit of length equal to 6 feet (1.83 meters), used principally in the measurement and specification of marine depths.
      2. To penetrate to the meaning or nature of; comprehend.
      3. To determine the depth of; sound.
      1. To become pregnant with (offspring):
      2. To form or develop in the mind:
      3. To apprehend mentally; understand:
      1. To take in the meaning, nature, or importance of; grasp.
      2. To have as part of something larger; encompass or include.
      1. A device used to determine geographic direction, usually consisting of a magnetic needle or needles horizontally mounted or suspended and free to pivot until aligned with the earth's magnetic field.
      2. Another device, such as a radio compass or a gyrocompass, used for determining geographic direction.
      3. A V-shaped device for describing circles or circular arcs and for taking measurements, consisting of a pair of rigid, end-hinged legs, one of which is equipped with a pen, pencil, or other marker and the other with a sharp point providing a pivot about which the drawing leg is turned.
      1. To get and hold (something that has been in motion) in a hand, the hands, a container, or an implement:
      2. To take hold of, especially forcibly or suddenly; grasp:
      3. To stop (oneself) from doing an action:
      1. To take into custody; arrest:
      2. To grasp mentally; understand:
      3. To become conscious of, as through the emotions or senses; perceive:
  6. To respond affirmatively; receive with agreement or compliance

      1. It is so; as you say or ask. Used to express affirmation, agreement, positive confirmation, or consent.
      2. An affirmative or consenting reply.
      3. An affirmative vote or voter.
      1. To pledge or contribute (a sum of money).
      2. To sign (one's name) at the end of a document, especially to attest to or authenticate it.
      3. To sign one's name to (a document) in attestation, testimony, or consent:
      1. To lower and raise the head quickly, as in agreement or acknowledgment.
      2. To let the head fall forward when sleepy.
      3. To be careless or momentarily inattentive as if sleepy; lapse:
      1. To give assent, as to the proposal of another; agree:
      2. To be of the same mind or opinion.
      3. Acceptance or approval of what is planned or done by another; acquiescence.
      1. To express agreement or acceptance, as of a proposal.
      2. Agreement; concurrence:
      3. Acquiescence; consent:
      1. To share an opinion or feeling; be in accord:
      2. To express consent; concur:
      3. To accept or support a policy or program:
      1. To consent or comply passively or without protest:
      1. To give one's consent, often at the insistence of another:
      2. To arrive at or come into an office or dignity:
      3. To become a party to an agreement or treaty.

Another word for accept

Verb
  1. To receive

  2. To assent

  3. To believe

      1. To declare positively; assert to be true:
      2. To declare support for or belief in:
      3. To rule (a court decision) to have been correct; confirm:
      1. Firm belief in the integrity, ability, or character of a person or thing; confidence or reliance:
      2. The condition and resulting obligation of having confidence placed in one:
      3. One in which confidence is placed.
      1. To have and keep in one's grasp:
      2. To aim or direct; point:
      3. To keep from falling or moving; support: