He became a saint—an ascetic in the seventeenth-century acceptation of the word.
In its common, or generally received, acceptation, it implies two things.
It is also, in the present acceptation of the word, improper.
It is the negation of contract and the acceptation of status.
Their cards of acceptation were shown with triumph by the Germaines; but it was a triumph of short duration.
If it is 'worthy of all acceptation,' it is worthy of your acceptation.
In that acceptation, value is usually divided into value-in-use, and value-in-exchange.
The acceptation enabled him to look at the link with more equanimity.
It is good news, worthy of all acceptation; and yet not too good to be true.
Moreover, he is a true cosmopolite, in every acceptation of the word.