sit with

sit with  {v.},  {informal}
To be accepted by; affect. — Used in interrogative sentences and in negative sentences modified by "well".
How did your story sit with your mother?
Bob's poor sportsmanship doesn't sit well with the coach.
Categories: informal verb

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