consented (part of speech: verb)
approved (part of speech: verb)
permitted (part of speech: verb)
praised (part of speech: verb)
agreed (part of speech: verb)
assented, consented, cooperated, acquiesced, concurred, welcomed, endorsed, affirmed, accepted, contracted, stipulated, agreed, blessed, acceded, approved, pledged, empathized, promised, conformed, capitulated
authorized (part of speech: verb)
accepted (part of speech: adjective)
- Asa had killed men before, but it had been in that feud warfare which was sanctioned by his own conscience. - "The Tempering", Charles Neville Buck.
- The major had sanctioned his addresses from the first, and he sought to attain his object by careful and skilful approaches. - "His Sombre Rivals", E. P. Roe.
- And when present events, with all their deep and exciting interests, shall have passed away, may the blush of shame never arise, by the remembrance of an unworthy though successful act, in the performance of which we were deceived by the belief that it was sanctioned by its object. - "Nathan Hale", Jean Christie Root.