Definition of assentatio, adsentatio
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LNS
assentātiō, assentātiōnis
(adsentātiō, adsentātiōnis)
assentor, adsentor
noun (f., 3rd declension)
  1. A flattering assent, flattery, adulation
  2. approbation, assent
Abbreviations
assentātio (ads-), ōnis, f. assentor. A flattering assent, flattery, adulation: istaec illum perdidit adsentatio, Plaut. Bacch. 3, 3, 7: nullam in amicitiis pestem esse majorem quam adulationem, blanditiam, adsentationem, Cic. Lael. 25, 94: adsentationes, blanditiae et pejor odio amoris simulatio, Plin. Pan. 85: Graeci diuturnā servitute ad nimiam adsentationem eruditi, Cic. ad Q. Fr. 1, 1, 5: se blanditiis et adsentationibus in Asinii consuetudinem penitus immersit, id. Clu. 13: inflatus adsentationibus, Liv. 24, 6 al.

— Rarely in a good sense, approbation, assent, Vell. 2, 128: ad neutram partem adsentationem flectere, Petr. 17.
 
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