verb as in be in unison, assent with another
verb as in be similar or consistent
This lets the lender and the buyer know whether the value and the loan amount are in keeping with the what you have agreed to pay for the property.
Six automakers, including Ford, have voluntarily agreed to abide by California’s higher efficiency standards, and Newsom cited them Wednesday as proof that the industry can make the switch.
Earlier this summer, another round of direct stimulus payments to Americans was one of the few issues the two parties agreed on.
Though he still considered it “spiteful retaliation,” his office reduced the charges and agreed to push for probation after the officers pleaded guilty to fourth-degree criminal mischief.
I consulted a respected outside oncologist, who suggested a complete neck dissection, potential new radiation, and a chest CT scan to look for metastases—yet he agreed that none of it would improve survival chances.
Yet this, in the end, is a book from which one emerges sad, gloomy, disenchanted, at least if we agree to take it seriously.
Pentagon leaders agree to a person that the U.S. war against ISIS is succeeding.
Even Democrats and Republicans can agree that Nazis are bad and Social Security is good.
Ironically, this is the one precept on which liberals and conservatives agree.
For his part, husband James knew all along; historians generally agree he was in on it.
I issued a censure, and ordered that no one should agree to their conclusions, and that the Dominicans should not hold them.
As for Brammel, he consented, as he was ready to agree to any thing but a personal visit to the great metropolis.
He and Mathieson p. 66did not always agree, and the clash of arms frequently raged between them.
Jessie, we put first because to us she is of the most importance, and her father and mother would agree.
We have had three counsels' opinions on the subject, and they all agree that the patent is good.
On this page you'll find 198 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to agree, such as: acknowledge, admit, allow, comply, concede, and concur.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.