consentient

[kuhn-sen-shuhnt]
adjective
1.
agreeing; accordant.
2.
acting in harmonious agreement.
3.
unanimous, as an opinion.
4.
characterized by or having consentience.

Origin:
1615–25; < Latin consentient- (stem of consentiēns, present participle of consentīre to consent; see -ent)

consentiently, adverb
unconsentient, adjective
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consentient (kənˈsɛnʃənt)
 
adj
being in agreement; united in opinion
 
con'sentience
 
n

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Example sentences
Federal courts have been consentient in endorsing these principles.
The courts of appeals that have addressed this question are consentient on the point.
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