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acquiescent

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishacquiescentac‧qui‧es‧cent /ˌækwiˈesənt◂/ adjective  AGREEtoo ready to agree with someone or do what they want, without complaining or saying what you want to doacquiescence noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
acquiescentThere were fears that it was intended to remove him and substitute some one more acquiescent.Clara switches from being aggressive to being acquiescent and Lucio does the reverse.I will not have her think me acquiescent in her schemes.To find one who was less than acquiescent must have been a considerable shock.All his kind generally wanted was a quick flirtation, an acquiescent woman, and a no-strings parting the following morning.
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