acceptance


acceptance
Synonyms and related words:
CD, IOU, John Hancock, MO, OK, acceptance bill, acceptation, acception, accession, accord, acknowledgment, acquiescence, acquisition, adherence, admiration, admission, admittance, adoption, affiliation, affirmance, affirmation, affirmative, affirmative voice, agreement, agreement in principle, allowance, appreciation, approbation, approval, assent, assentation, assumption, authentication, authorization, avowal, aye, bank acceptance, bank check, baptism, bill, bill of draft, bill of exchange, blank check, blessing, certificate, certificate of deposit, certification, certified check, check, checkbook, cheque, clemency, clementness, comfort, commercial paper, compassion, complaisance, compliance, composure, concession, concurrence, confession, confirmation, connivance, consent, content, contentedness, contentment, countenance, countersignature, debenture, declaration, deference, demand bill, demand draft, derivation, draft, due bill, eagerness, ease, easiness, easygoingness, embracement, endorsement, endurance, enlistment, enrollment, entire satisfaction, espousal, esteem, euphoria, exchequer bill, favor, favorable vote, forbearance, forbearing, forbearingness, fortitude, fulfillment, general agreement, gentleness, getting, go-ahead, green light, happiness, hearty assent, homage, humaneness, humanity, immission, imprimatur, inauguration, induction, indulgence, initiation, installation, instatement, intromission, investiture, kneeling, laxness, lenience, leniency, lenientness, lenity, letter of credit, long-sufferance, long-suffering, longanimity, mercifulness, mercy, mildness, moderateness, money order, negotiable instrument, nod, nonopposal, nonopposition, nonresistance, notarization, note, note of hand, obedience, obeisance, okay, ordination, paper, passiveness, passivity, patience, patience of Job, patientness, peace of mind, permission, perseverance, pity, postal order, profession, promissory note, promptitude, promptness, ratification, readiness, receipt, receival, received meaning, receiving, reception, recognition, reconcilement, reconciliation, resignation, resignedness, respect, rubber stamp, sanction, satisfaction, seal, seal of approval, self-control, sight bill, sight draft, sigil, signature, signet, softness, stamp, stamp of approval, stoicism, subjection, submission, submittal, subscription, sufferance, supineness, support, sweet reasonableness, taking, tenderness, the nod, time bill, time draft, tolerance, toleration, trade acceptance, treasury bill, ungrudgingness, unloathness, unreluctance, usage, validation, visa, vise, voice, vote, voucher, waiting game, waiting it out, warm assent, warrant, welcome, well-being, willingness, yea, yea vote, yielding

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