noun see assent I

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  • assentor — assent ► NOUN ▪ the expression of approval or agreement. ► VERB (usu. assent to) ▪ express assent. DERIVATIVES assenter (also assentor) noun. ORIGIN from Latin assentire, from sentire feel, think …   English terms dictionary

  • assentor — See assenter. * * * …   Universalium

  • assentor — n. one who agrees, one who consents …   English contemporary dictionary

  • assentor — as·sen·tor …   English syllables

  • assentor —   n. Law, voter (not proposer or seconder) endorsing nomination of candidate for election …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • assentor — əˈsentə(r), aˈ noun ( s) English law : one of the voters in addition to the proposer and seconder required to endorse the nomination of a candidate for election (as to Parliament) …   Useful english dictionary

  • assent — I. intransitive verb Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo French assentir, assenter, from Latin assentari, from assentire, from ad + sentire to feel more at sense Date: 14th century to agree to something especially after thoughtful consideration …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • assent — assentingly, adv. assentive, adj. assentiveness, n. assentor, assenter, n. /euh sent /, v.i. 1. to agree or concur; subscribe to (often fol. by to): to assent to a statement. 2. to give in; yield; conc …   Universalium

  • Invasion of Privacy on the Internet — ▪ 2001 by Jeffrey Rosen       In the year 2000 concerns about privacy in cyberspace became an issue of international debate. As reading and writing, health care and shopping, and sex and gossip increasingly took place in cyberspace, citizens… …   Universalium

  • assent — 1. verb To agree to, give approval to. 2. noun agreement, act of agreeing I will give this act my assent. See Also: assentor …   Wiktionary

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