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It is either express, where it is openly declared; or implied, where it is presumed by law. For instance, when a conveyance is made to a man, his assent to it is presumed, for the following reasons; cause there is a strong intendment of law, that it is for a person's benefit to take, and no man can be supposed to be unwilling to do that which is for his advantage. 2. Because it would seem incongruous and absurd, that when a conveyance is completely executed on the part of the grantor, the estate should continue in him. 3. Because it is contrary to the policy of law to permit the freehold to remain in suspense and uncertainty. 2 Ventr. 201; 3 Mod. 296A 3 Lev. 284; Show. P. C. 150; 3 Barn. & Alders. 31; 1 Binn. R. 502; 2 Hayw. 234; 12 Mass IR. 461 4 Day, 395; 5 S. & R. 523 20 John. R. 184; 14 S. & R. 296 15 Wend. R. 656; 4 Halst. R. 161; 6 Verm. R. 411.


acceptance, accession, accord, accordance, acknowledgment, acquiescence, admission, affirmation, agreement, approval, arrangement, authorization, bond, capitulation, compact, compliance, concord, concordance, concurrence, consensus, consent, covenant, deal, empathy, nod, pact, permission, sanction, settlement, stipulation, treaty, unanimity, understanding.
accreditation, affirmation, approbation, approval, authentication, backing, confirmation, currency, endorsement, imprimatur, meeting of minds, permission, ratification, rubber stamp, seal of approval, Underwriting, stamp of approval, the thumbs up.
accede, accept, acceptance, accord, acquiesce, acquiescence, agree, agreement, allow, approbation, approval, approve, capitulation, compliance, comply, concede, concession, concur, concurrence, consent, grant, permission, permit, sanction, submission, submit, subscribe, yield.
authorization, blessing, certification, designation, empowerment, enfranchisement, entitlement, validation, notarization.
hypothesis, notion, thesis.
acquiescence, assent.
adherence, compliance, conformance, conformity, deference, fealty, fulfillment, genuflection, homage, meekness, obedience, obeisance, observance, resignation, servility, submission, submissiveness, willingness.
conventionality, Conventionalities.
free will
velleity, Conation, free choice, voluntary decision, free decision, one's choice, one's discretion, one's own choice, one's own will, own say so, own sweet way, person's full intent and purpose.
acquiescent, adaptability, agreeability, amenability, cooperation, ductility, eagerness, earnestness, flexibility, malleability, pliability, readiness, receptiveness, susceptibility, tameness, tractability, yieldingness, persuadability.
accede, accept, acquiesce, adopt, affirm, agree, allow, approve, bless, buy, capitulate, cave in, comply, concur, conform, consent, contract, cooperate, defer, ditto, embrace, empathize, endorse, espouse, give in, grant, knuckle under, okay, pass on, permit, pledge, promise, recognize, sanction, stipulate, subscribe, welcome, go along with, shake on, give five, say uncle, cut a deal.
approbate, authenticate, authorize, certify, confirm, permit, ratify, underwrite, validate.
commission, countersign, denominate, deputize, designate, empower, enable, enfranchise, entitle, license, notarize, ordain, warrant.
assume, believe, conclude, credit, declare, deem, gather, hold, judge, maintain, presume, profess, suppose, surmise, take for granted, trust, understand, give faith, put faith in.
adhere, bend, bow, cave, cede, comply, defer, fulfill, genuflect, knuckle under, kowtow, obey, observe, respect, submit, succumb, surrender, yield.
allow, condone, let.
Examples of usage:
  1. And as to seeing the man,- ah, yes, if she could do so with her father's assent! – The Duke's Children by Anthony Trollope
  2. The annexation of Texas, without the previous assent of Mexico, may have annoyed that government. – History of the War Between Mexico and the United States, with a Preliminary View of its Origin, Volume 1 by Brantz Mayer
  3. She turned, with neither protest nor assent, and walked with him down the room. – A Venetian June by Anna Fuller
  4. The baron bowed assent. – The Monikins by J. Fenimore Cooper
  5. " I want to show her my room," she said, and Aunt Rose smiled, and nodded assent. – Princess Polly's Playmates by Amy Brooks