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Disposed or willing to acquiesce.

ac′qui·es′cent·ly adv.
References in classic literature ?
Letterblair looked at him from under enquiring eyebrows, and the young man, aware of the uselessness of trying to explain what was in his mind, bowed acquiescently while his senior continued: "Divorce is always unpleasant.
This is subject to the fact that they have not engaged with Israel either acquiescently or in secret.
Then I acquiescently opened up Deepening Literacy Learning.