Simple past tense and past participle of accede. (verb)
Examples of word acceded
_ "acceded" _ to the Constitution, or to the constitutional compact, as it is called.
At this time they threatened to publicly expose certain information relating to Dr. Luis Garcia del Moral unless Slipstream acceded to their demands, which included a payment of €500,000 to Trent.
"I certainly kept the national security adviser and the secretary of state informed of my travel plans," he wrote, but he added that he never acceded to her suggestion.
Finally Karzai acceded to the American pressure and agreed to the runoff, which in any event his challenger Dr. Abdullah had never had the votes to win.
But what is not mentioned is that Weingarten has acceded to the use of test scores as part of the evaluation process for teachers.
Fearful of being thought "soft on terrorism", ministers have acceded to those pressures with their budget decisions.
At the Trident Conference in Washington the month before, Churchill acceded to a cross-Channel invasion of France in May 1944 and Roosevelt agreed to more operations in the Mediterranean after the Sicily landing.
The project was a sop thrown to the Puritan faction at a conference held by the newly acceded James I, at which – on all matters of substance – it had been defeated.
Whether in an official policy shift or a simple bow to reality on the ground, the NYPD appears to have quietly acceded to the creation of New York City's newest residential block.