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What is another word for accepted?

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Adjective
Generally approved, believed, or recognized
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“The widely accepted rule is that if your porch light is on, trick-or-treaters are welcome.”
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(of a person) Liked or admired by the majority of people
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Not open to question or debate
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Being the authoritative or best source of, example of, or reference for
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Regarded by society to be good, proper or correct
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Suited or acceptable to the purpose or circumstances
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Being well received by others
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Generally assumed or believed to be the case, but not necessarily so
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Frequented or used by travelers
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Having been received, typically gladly
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Not disguised, plainly visible
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Advocating the upholding or maintenance of tradition
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Having been inducted or recruited as a member of a group
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Having the relevant or required qualifications or skills
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In complete agreement
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To have acknowledged, or conceded, the truth of
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To have tolerated
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“He had come to accept the fact that he would not get the promotion he desired.”
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(took one's word) To have regarded as right or true
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“Donald would accept Brett's explanation that he liked beer, but never misbehaved because of it.”
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To have accepted
“James would accept his award as the league's Most Valuable Player while encouraging everyone to chase their dreams.”
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(of news or an event) To have reacted in a specified way
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To have understood or accepted the validity of
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Well received
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Agreed
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To have acted on an opportunity
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To have allowed or had room for
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(of a job or task) Past tense for to agree to take responsibility of
“I have decided to accept the responsibility of driving this project to completion.”
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(of an offer or proposal) Past tense for to answer in the affirmative
“Please accept our invitation to join us in our upcoming presentation on health and fitness.”
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Past tense for to admit or welcome into a place or a group
“MENSA would accept Frank as a member in 2009, a decision many regarded as questionable, given his penchant for being irrational.”
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(of a proposal) Past tense for to agree or consent to
“Harvey refused to accept Rose's suggestion that they should just be friends and paid the price for it.”
Interjection
An expression of agreement
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