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a-sent’: Twice used in the King James Version as equivalent to "voice," and to "consent," and displaced in both instances in the Revised Version (British and American) by the literal rendering of the Hebrew peh, "mouth" (2Ch 18:12); and the Greek suntithemi, "agree to," i.e. "affirm" (Ac 24:9).