The feeling of silent consensus can be expressed by the word « at the same time » where one should not express its support hastily. However, they seem to be looking for a less « quiet » and more « limited, » « qualified » or « reserved » concept. I do not think there is a good keyword to express it. The same thing would go somewhere with a sleek comment: I want — and I`ll — to do it, but it would be better if his score remained negative. In other words, I would not want a bad answer to succeed or be completely destroyed, but to fail slowly. I am looking for a word that means a particular kind of feeling of « quiet convergence. » The word that corresponds to your title (tacit agreement) would be tolerance: if there was a button on which you could click to express that feeling, I would call it « Nod ». Nod your head: To lower and lift (head) quickly into agreement or recognition. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2011 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company.
The question has some answers that respond satisfactorily to the best. She knew that Harry was taking her tiredness to tolerate her, and she let him take it like that. A new German book reveals that prominent post-war German leaders have eroded their Nazi past with the tolerance of the US government. Since you are not a poet, this feeling is usually difficult to describe. But I can give an example where I thought of this, which I consider to be usual enough for everyone to refer to StackExchange: then there is an answer with a score of -2 and it is very incomplete, perhaps even inappropriate. But it kind of fits my thoughts, I`d like to revoke it, but I`d rather there not be too many points, because that`s not a good answer, after all, according to the guidelines of if it. This may be used to intimidate tolerance, but the Seffect was unfortunately different. In relation to deeds, American policy is also tolerable. However, you said you didn`t want the amswer/comment to win; just to fail more « slowly. » This, I might suggest, that if you like a response (or comment) and plan to question it, inform the respondent of this fact by commenting.