And from the ushers again we heard echoing through the hall, placet!
But it failed to receive the placet of the American statesman.
Soon after, a law made the placet obligatory for all documents emanating from the diocesan or papal authorities.
These votes shall be given viv voce, by the words, placet or Non placet.
His dissertation on the Regium placet exequatur made him an international celebrity.
Cui placet, obliviscitur; cui dolet, meminit—Acts of kindness are soon forgotten, but the memory of an offence remains.
On questions of extraordinary moment the parliament gave its placet without always understanding the nature of the question.
Magno cum periculo custoditur, quod multis 30 placet—That is guarded at great risk which is coveted by many.
There was quite a fair proportion of white and bald heads on the placet side.
The formal act of love is complacency, expressed by a placet; which Augustine so oft calleth delectation.