Acceptance noun - The state of being acceptable and accepted.
Trust and acceptance are semantically related in faith topic. In some cases you can use "Trust" instead a noun "Acceptance", when it comes to topics like credence.
Trust noun - Firm belief in the integrity, ability, effectiveness, or genuineness of someone or something.
Usage example: a relationship of mutual trust between lawyer and client
Acceptance and trust are semantically related in faith topic. Sometimes you can use "Acceptance" instead a noun "Trust", if it concerns topics such as affirmation.
How words are described
|full||full acceptance||full trust|
|public||public acceptance||public trust|
|complete||complete acceptance||complete trust|
|found||found acceptance||found trust|
|Other adjectives: total, true, increased, social, ultimate, reluctant, general, unconditional, implicit, mutual, growing, blind, increasing, grudging, newfound.|
Both words in one sentence
- Although her son Henry Tudor was in exile for being a threat and rival to the York Kings, Lady Margaret Beaufort has earned trust and acceptance from both Elizabeth Woodville and Anne Neville.
- The rapid acceptance was justified with the revelation that she has the subconscious ability to inspire trust in others.
Source: Character Shilling
- They will trust the Badass completely and insist upon his goodness even with complete knowledge, and sometimes even acceptance or approval, of the violence they have done to protect them.
Source: Badass and Child Duo
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