He listened to what she said, smiled and nodded. 14th century, in the unenistable sense 1 These are “words that we can live from,” Christie told the acquiescing audience. These examples are automatically selected from different online message sources to reflect the common use of the word “Nod.” The opinions expressed in the examples do not reflect the views of Merriam-Webster or its publishers. Send us comments. He nods as he watches the scene, and he shines his thumb up. “Maybe a big shot,” Washington replied, nodding with his head, wisely. English Learning Definition of The Acquiescence Head (Entry 2 of 2) “Let up on the cuss-words, Sam; There are ladies present,” he said, nodding 142 towards Lee. And then, tired and acquiesced, we will finally leave the high plateaus and enter the twilight, where all the streets end. Hold the same smiling smile on your face, quickly nod and respond in a word. When he says something, nod; This acquiescence will encourage him to agree with you.
In bed, his wife and sister nod. acquiesce to average English; perhaps a bit like the old German hnotin shaking Chynoveth hesitated for a moment, and then gently folded, nodded his head.