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accede (ahk SEED) (verb), accedes; acceded; acceding
To comply with; consent to, approve; concede, yield to, acquiesce; to agree with, surrender to, conform to: The mayor acceded to the citizens' demands and a bridge was built across the river.
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accede, exceed
accede (ahk SEED) (verb)
To comply with; consent to, approve; yield to; to agree with, surrender to: The mayor will accede to the citizens’ demands.
exceed (iks SEED) (verb)
1. To surpass, to go beyond normal requirements or beyond the limit of: The police will give you a ticket if you exceed the speed limit.
2. To excel, predominate, surpass, be superior: Georgia actually did exceed all of the other contestants in the singing contest.

When he appeared before the judge, the miscreant stated he would accede to the court order that he no longer exceed the speed limits on the city streets.

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(Latin: to be lenient [toward], accede, take pleasure [in]; originally, "to be kind, kindness; to be long-suffering, to be patient")