concur[ kuh n-kur ]SEE DEFINITION OF concur
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONCUR
Trusting you will be able to concur in the foregoing suggestions.
But the success of the best advice may be defeated, if the patient and his attendants will not concur to render it effectual.
If he speaks for the nation, I am controlled by and concur in those statements.
Here are the two elements of a valid appointment, and they must concur.
At first, indeed, he could not be brought to believe that Margot herself could concur in them.
And do you concur in the silly notion that confounds Harry Talbot with a highwayman?
A short motion of the head from Cashel seemed to concur with this speech.
I concur in the opinion of the minority that the resolution ought to be adopted.
The House refused to concur, and the Senate adhered to its former action.
The Senate refused to concur in the action of the House by 11 yeas, 15 nays.