/ak sep"tiv/, adj.
1. inclined to receive or accept; receptive: She was seldom acceptive of my suggestions.
2. reasonably satisfactory; acceptable: an acceptive mode of transportation.
[1590-1600; ACCEPT + -IVE, on the model of RECEPTIVE]

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