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I would ultimately concur with the conclusion that time is getting short.

Brian Price, head of investment management for Commonwealth Financial Network, concurs.

From Fortune

“I reluctantly conclude that there is simply not enough time at this late date to decide the question before the election,” Alito wrote in a concurring opinion in Republican Party, which was joined by Thomas and Gorsuch.

From Vox

Scott Knapp, chief market strategist at CUNA Mutual Group, concurs.

From Fortune

Benjamin Iaquinto, a professor of tourism studies at Hong Kong University, concurs.

From Fortune

Their critical colleagues concurred in equally, wildly disparate fashion.

As a few of my fellow film journalists concurred after the screening, it would have been fun to see Murray go even further.

One senior U.S. intelligence official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, concurred.

Otis Moss, Jr., the noted African-American civil rights leader and confidant of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., concurred.

Sportswriter Rob Rang concurred in a CBS sports piece titled: "Examining why Michael Sam's NFL Draft stock is falling."

He concurred in that argument; but the English universities would not allow them to do this.

The young visitor readily concurred in the plan, he wanted to see the house that the gangster had built anyhow.

In this proposal Mary heartily concurred; and bidding the black follow us, we all three descended to the pier.

For these reasons Earl Grey concurred with his predecessor, Mr. Gladstone, that the time for a change had not yet arrived.

"Oh yes, she'll have got out of her hole—she won't have vegetated," Peter concurred.


On this page you'll find 44 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to concurred, such as: coincide, jibe, acquiesce, league, accord, and collaborate.

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