Accepted in a sentence

Definition of Accepted

Generally approved, believed, or recognized. | simple past tense and past participle of accept

Short Example Sentence for Accepted

  • 1. I accepted it with many thanks.
  • 2. He was aware that it was accepted as a fact that he had gone to the bad.
  • 3. Archibald accepted these answers in silence, but with entire incredulity.
  • 4. I am glad that you have not accepted any engagement in England.
  • 5. Lessingham paused, accepted it, and looked steadfastly at the donor.
  • 6. He accepted it; two years later, fresh troubles drove him again into exile.
  • 7. This accomplished pet was bought and presented to Madame, who accepted him.
  • 8. So Bowles accepted the position gladly, and the round-up went on unimpeded.
  • 9. Mrs. Johnson accepted Philippa's hand and the inevitable.
  • 10. He accepted the Wager, and won it at the Risque of his Life.
  • 11. She accepted the news of Lessingham's return with resignation.

How to use Accepted in a Sentence?

  • 1. Hegel would have insisted that his philosophy should be accepted as a whole or not at all.
  • 2. Lessingham accepted the situation quite coolly, and placed the hat carefully on his head.
  • 3. The rest of the company accepted the apology, as at least a formal way out of the difficulty.
  • 4. The accepted function of carbon bisulphide in the great Southwest is to kill off prairie-dogs.
  • 5. Jessie was greatly cast down; she looked at Guard and accepted the simile mournfully.
  • 6. We got four, and I really only accepted one in the hope that you would like it.
  • 7. More than Stephen, perhaps, she had faced life; but she had not accepted it without rebellion.
  • 8. Mr. Hamar Lessingham has been largely accepted without comment, owing to his friendship with you.
  • 9. In April, 1861, he accepted the presidency of a St. Louis street railway company.
  • 10. It is not difficult to perceive in the tone of this letter that its writer was not an accepted lover.
  • 11. It seemed satisfactory, for she accepted it cheerily and hung up the receiver with an expression of great content.
  • 12. Donations are accepted in a number of other ways including checks, online payments and credit card donations.
  • 13. Donations are accepted in a number of other ways including checks, online payments and credit card donations.
  • 14. If our chambers reeked with smoke and the smell of burning wood, they accepted the information with calm indifference because theirs did not.
  • 15. Donations are accepted in a number of other ways including checks, online payments and credit card donations.
  • 16. Donations are accepted in a number of other ways including checks, online payments and credit card donations.
  • 17. His appeal had failed, and he accepted defeat with the sober courage his father had displayed in a greater surrender.
  • 18. Evading at first the proposal, he would have accepted it, but with suspicious qualifications, when too late.
  • 19. Donations are accepted in a number of other ways including including checks, online payments and credit card donations.
  • 20. She had taken her place at the head of the table with all dignity, and had accepted the almonds and raisins with sufficiently audible thanks.
  • 21. Major Darcy was equally pleased with this compliment, which he characteristically accepted for himself.
  • 22. They all gladly accepted his proposition; and as they strolled slowly up and down the seashore, he related the following adventure.
  • 23. She believed in and accepted his kindness like a sort of after glow from Trevor's love.
  • 24. But she had softened to us all, and accepted us as her belongings, in a matter-of-course kind of way.
  • 25. A large humility came over Bowles as he contemplated the rough men about him and observed how uncomplainingly they accepted their lot.
  • 26. Trembling, but not from fear, the prince gravely saluted Garrofat and accepted the task and all its conditions.
  • 27. Joe accepted the proposition thankfully, and, after seeing him comfortably established, we seated ourselves at the large table near the window.
  • 28. I remember the joy of the staff when Goodman's challenge was accepted by Fitch.
  • 29. In his financial strait he accepted an offer, and wrote the work, in two octavo volumes, while suffering from the weakness and pain of his malady.