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acceptable good enough to be accepted or approved of.
acceptance the condition of being accepted or approved of. [1/2 definitions]
authoritative accepted as correct and true; reliable as a source of information because said or written by an expert or authority. [1/2 definitions]
belief an idea accepted as true; something that is believed. [1/3 definitions]
belong to be accepted as part of a group; fit in. [1/4 definitions]
convention a practice or way of doing something that is accepted by most people; custom. [1/2 definitions]
correct agreeing with a rule or accepted way of doing things; proper. [1/5 definitions]
currency the condition of being used or accepted by many people. [1/2 definitions]
custom a way of acting that is usual or accepted for a person or a social group. [1/4 definitions]
deviate to stray from typical or accepted behavior. [1/2 definitions]
eccentric not behaving or thinking in an ordinary or accepted way; odd; peculiar. [1/2 definitions]
erratic not usual or accepted. [1/2 definitions]
formal following accepted rules for doing something; proper, legal, or official. [1/5 definitions]
gauge an accepted scale for measuring. [1/6 definitions]
given accepted by all as a fact. [1/4 definitions]
lapse a slight failure to meet some accepted standard. [2/5 definitions]
make (informal) to be accepted as a member by showing that one has the necessary skills. [1/10 definitions]
offer to present to be accepted or refused. [1/6 definitions]
pagan a person outside of accepted Western religions; one who is not a Christian, Jew, or Muslim; heathen. [1/2 definitions]
premise a statement that forms the basis of an argument and that is usually accepted. [1/2 definitions]
pronunciation an accepted way of saying words. [1/2 definitions]