I could offer to lend the scoundrel the money that he wanted at an hour's notice, and he was the man to accept my proposal quite as easily as I could make it.
Van Brandt," she rejoined, "and I will accept your help gratefully.
But, see you, if he does not accept
, I should like to guarantee my thirteen reserved millions to him -- yes, I will do so -- yes.
Trees, painted on flat cardboard and stuck up on each side of the stage, we accept
as a forest.
What you mean is that people accept
an immediate pain rather than an immediate pleasure.
Mr Dorrit, in spite of his sense of his importance, felt as if it would be quite a kindness in her to accept
it on any conditions.
Turning now to the Workmen he asserted that their interests must not be neglected, and that, if they intended to accept
the Colour Bill, they ought at least to do so with full view of the consequences.
She at once refused, not only to accept his proposal, but even to take it into consideration.
Isabel, at Miss Pink's intercession, was induced to accept her lover's excuses, and, in the event of her favorable reception by Hardyman's parents at the farm, to give her consent (not very willingly even yet) to hastening the ceremony which was to make her Hardyman's wife.
I can honestly ask you to accept my heart's dearest wishes for your happiness--and I can keep the rest to myself.
I shall ask you to accept a little present from me, among the other offerings that are made to you before the wedding day.
Jeff Weiss and Jonathan Hughes (1) argue that to maintain and foster collaboration an organization must accept
and actively manage conflict.