|accepting something without protest, submissive, acquiescent, yielding||resigned|
|(Botany) variety of Mexican agave plant cultivated for its strong fiber; fiber from the Mexican agave plant (used to make rope and carpets), fiber from sisal, plant yielding fibers, sisal hemp||sisal|
|(French) farinaceous; resembling or yielding flour; (Biology) covered with mealy powder or dust, floury in appearance, yielding starch||farinose|
|abandon rights to something, abandonment of legal rights, capitulation, submission, yielding, relinquishing, delivery into legal custody, give self up to something, give something out of courtesy, give something up, give up possession of something, giv...||surrender|
|able to conform, adaptable; compliant, submissive, in agreement, lying above layer deposited immediately before, similar||conformable|
|able to convey fluid, deferential, something which conveys away, conduit, submissive, compliant, respectful; conveying away; pertaining to the vas deferens||deferent|
|able to receive, able to receive stimuli, accepting, taking in; open to ideas, open to suggestions, quick to learn, willing to accept||receptive|
|accepting different views, not affected by a drug, open-minded, easy-going, unprejudiced, unbigoted, indulgent, withstanding harsh treatment||tolerant|
|accepting, receiving, receptive||acceptant|
|acceptor, one who accepts or receives, somebody accepting||accepter|
|accusation; complaint, protest, grievance, substance of accusation||gravamen|
|acquiescent, yielding, obliging, submissive, obedient, conforming to requirements, ready to conform||compliant|
|act of accepting or receiving; approval; state of accepting or believing in something, agreement to pay, agreement to terms, coming to terms with something||acceptance|
|act of expressing objection, act of making a statement of protest; expression of protest, statement of objection||remonstration|
|act of hitting; refusal to work as a form of protest, arresting, noticeable, tending to draw attention, attractive or impressive, conspicuous, on strike||striking|
|act of leaving as protest, employee strike, worker strike; leaving out of protest||walkout|
|act of objecting; opposition; appeal; denial; protest, cause of opposition, expression of opposition||objection|
|adult female bovine (especially one which is raised to supply milk or meat); adult female of various large mammals (i.e. elephant, whale, etc.), frighten, intimidate, large female mammal, large female mammal kept for milk, make submissive, male or fema...||cow|
|American protest against British taxes||Boston Tea Party|
|American tree yielding reddish resin||gumbo-limbo|
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