agreement[ uh-gree-muhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF agreement
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AGREEMENT
This is the eternal agreement, but an agreement of which we find it difficult to accept the terms.
But the confident tone brought no response of agreement from Mary.
And on the way out he lived up to the letter of their agreement.
WE tried to make some plans, but we couldn't come to no agreement.
Now, where there is an et cetera in an agreement, there is always an opening for dispute.
I cannot recall that anything was said about this in our agreement.
The mention of Mege brought them all to agreement, for they unanimously hated him.
Again, as if by agreement, they looked at one another with one meaning in their faces.
Who would not have concluded such an agreement with his conscience?
He advised her to be scrupulous in her turn, and to ask a copy of the agreement.
late 14c., "mutual conformity of things;" c.1400, "mutual understanding" (among persons), also (of things) "mutual conformity," from Old French agrement, noun of action from agreer "to please" (see agree).