legal, fit, concedable, right, fair, logical, applicable, likely, possible, proper, pertinent, unprohibited, legitimate, allow, licit, not impossible, allowed, all right, just, reasonable, relevant, justifiable, probable, unobjectionable, not unlikely, kosher, warrantable, warranted, worthy, considerable, okay, accept, rational, permitted, admittible, approvable, lawful, admittable
acceptable (part of speech: adjective)
- A just philosophy argues on the case, that all cannot be rich, in the common acceptation of the term, whether be considered the limits to earth's productiveness, and the possibility of increasing material wealth; or whether, rich being more a relative than an absolute term, that the supposition of all rich is self- contradictory: therefore, in a juster sense, the supposition of all rich must be admissible;- the sense, namely, that whenever riches shall be reasonably estimated simply as the means of meeting capacities of enjoyment surveyed and known, then it will be found that the earth's productiveness, and the stock of material wealth, admit each to take to the fullness of his wants, leaving enough for all who come after. - "The Growth of Thought As Affecting the Progress of Society", William Withington.
- Whom is supposed to be admissible, not because the sentence admits an accusative case; but because custom has converted it into a nominative. - "The English Language", Robert Gordon Latham.
- I doubt if testimony taken under its influence would be admissible in a court...." - "Dearest", Henry Beam Piper.