Consentient [kən-SEN-shənt]

Part of speech: adjective
Origin: Latin, 17th century

1. Of the same opinion in a matter; in agreement.

Examples of consentient in a sentence

“We pitched the idea of a new hedge to our neighbors, and they were consentient.”

“All passengers on the boat were consentient, so we decided to stop first at the barrier island before sailing to our final destination.”