Definition of accede:
infix, assent, come in, recruit, present, embark, combine, get in, enroll, relegate, enrol, go in, put off, prorogue, figure, harmonize, render, insert, submit, bow, accord, coincide, give in, knuckle under, table, postpone, subject, put over, pass on, reconcile, subscribe, inscribe, crouch, bow down, yield, record, comply, shelve, state, put forward, go into, introduce, set back, participate, remit, hold over, yes, nod, defer, get into, posit, buckle under, acquiesce, put down, stoop, move into, admit, resign, adhere, put in, enter, succumb, bend, take.
As it is, the account given by Stuart of Dr. Smith's first visit and acquaintance with Lincoln is entirely at variance with the account given by Mr. Lewis in his letter, quoted in chapter I. Mr. Stuart evidently entertained no very kind opinion of Colonel Lamon's work, and this made him all the more disposed to accede to Reed's demands.- "Abraham Lincoln: Was He A Christian?", John B. Remsburg.
- "The Lonely House", Adolph Streckfuss.
- "The Idol of Paris", Sarah Bernhardt.