agree

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"I wish I could agree with you," laughed Grace, her color rising.

November 1st, Turkey was forced by Russia to agree to an armistice of eight weeks.

And whatever our views of its cause, we can agree that children at risk are not at fault.

But Mr. Gladstone would not agree to any of these plans as far as they pertained to himself.

"I do not agree with you in your religious sentiments, Ashton, as you know," said George.

But the margin has it "of thy servant," which does not agree with the person of the verb.

That these books have not been thoroughly revised and made to agree.

Still, you must agree to this, that doctors know more than others.

She will agree that I know when colors are right and a thing is artistic.

The boys promised; for it is always easy to agree to do a thing at some later day.

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