tacit consent

  1. (law) tacit approval of someone's wrongdoing
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How To Use tacit consent In A Sentence

  • Locke also suggests that a man's presence in a particular state implies tacit consent to its political system.
  • By remaining in society, one gives one's tacit consent to it.
  • The fact that President Chen appeared to give his tacit consent to such an action is doubly worrying.
  • Your silence implies tacit consent to these proposals.
  • At present, there are still plenty of situations in our work to give tacit consent to all kinds of seamen's credentials.
  • Your silence implies tacit consent to these proposals.
  • Developments in the Jerusalem patriarchate seem to have prompted Patriarch of Istanbul Portholomeos I to give at least tacit consent to the sacking of Irineos.
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