graciously agreed

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  • She still graciously agreed to read the paper.
  • He's the one who approached Madonna with the idea of writing a song for me and she graciously agreed.
  • They graciously agreed to the proposition and at once made preparations for the drive. Cited from Aunt Jane's Nieces Out West, by Edith Van Dyne
  • The Queen graciously agreed, and chose the name Southern Cross.
  • I demanded an English interpreter, unless the magistrate would hear me in French, which latter he graciously agreed to do. Cited from Kilgorman, A Story of Ireland in 1798, by Talbot Baines Reed
  • Sullivan graciously agreed to fill in for his fellow engineer.
  • With regard to the assault on the official, as said official was not much hurt, he graciously agreed to throw that in and make no charge for it. Cited from Stories by English Authors: England, by Various
  • And court officials, in turn, graciously agreed to waive the marriage license fee, since we all knew they would reject our attempts to get married.
  • When he was in Chicago for the 1987 conference he graciously agreed to stay over for a month and translated this chapter on music.
  • The tiger reflected that if he managed things well, he would be able to eat not only the two foxes but their young ones as well, so he graciously agreed to make the division. Cited from Folklore of the Santal Parganas, by Cecil Henry Bompas
  • Raygan and the two ladies had graciously agreed to stay for a fortnight at least in the country upon which Providence had thrust them. Cited from Winnie Childs, by C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
  • The latter graciously agreed and accepted Mahaprabhu as his disciple several days later, initiating him into the Gopal-mantra.
  • When Savitri has a marriage arranged with a drunkard, Surendra stops this alliance and graciously agreed to marry her.
  • For 2015, Chris graciously agreed to star in Rocket Dog Rescue's annual calendar.
  • In addition to Debbie Gibson, Children International has a dedicated base of celebrity supporters who have graciously agreed to lend their names and faces in support of bringing real and lasting change to families around the world.
  • The India Office had very graciously agreed to the transfer of the barracks enterprise to Lucas & Enwright, and now Mr. Enwright was for going to India himself. Cited from The Roll-Call, by Arnold Bennett
  • Prince Michael of Kent had graciously agreed to perform the opening but, sadly, the death of the Queen Mother intervened, preventing His Royal Highness from attending.
  • However he naturally conceded to Franklin, who was 36 years his senior, and to his many years of experience as postmasters and reluctantly but graciously agreed to serve instead as Riding Surveyor for the new U.S. Post Office.
  • "For a massive indemnity and promises of better conduct in the future, he [Aurangzeb] graciously agreed to the restoration of their [East India Trading Company's] trading privileges and the withdrawal of his troops".
  • This was his second win in succession, but there will be no immediate repeat as "The runaway winner in 2010 and 2011, Benjamin Pell, has graciously agreed to forgo the chance of an hat trick and has, instead, agreed to take on the role of quiz master."