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agree (verb)
transitive verb
1.
a) to concur in (as an opinion) - admit concede agrees that he is right
b) to consent to as a course of action - agreed to sell him the house
2.
intransitive verb
chiefly British to settle on by common consent - arrange I agreed rental terms with him Eric Bennett
1.
to accept or concede something (as the views or wishes of another) - agree to a plan
2.
a) to achieve or be in harmony (as of opinion, feeling, or purpose) - we agree in our taste in music
b) to get along together
c) to come to terms - agree on a fair division of profits
3.
a) to be similar - correspond both copies agree
b) to be consistent - the story agrees with the facts
4.
to be fitting, pleasing, or healthful - suit this climate agrees with him
5.
to have an inflectional form denoting identity or other regular correspondence in a grammatical category (as gender, number, case, or person)
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
agree (verb)
1.
to have or come to the same opinion or point of view
SYNONIMS:
coincide, concur
RELATED WORDS:
accede (to), accept, acquiesce, assent (to), comply (with), consent (to), go (by), subscribe; affiliate, ally, associate, unite; collaborate, cooperate, get along, get on
see eye to eye
NEAR ANTONYMS:
clash, collide, conflict; bicker, counter, dispute, dissent, diverge, fall out, object, oppose, protest, quarrel, resist, rival; dissociate, separate, split
differ, disagree
agree (verb)
2.
to come to an arrangement as to a course of action
SYNONIMS:
bargain, contract, covenant
RELATED WORDS:
come around, come round; subscribe, underwrite; arrange, settle
come to terms, strike a bargain
NEAR ANTONYMS:
differ, dissent; cancel, renege, revoke; argue, contest, dispute, object
disagree
agree (verb)
3.
to accept the truth or existence of (something) usually reluctantly
SYNONIMS:
acknowledge, agree, allow, concede, confess, fess (up), grant, own (up to)
RELATED WORDS:
disburden, unburden, unload; affirm, avow, confirm, profess; accept, recognize, yield; announce, break, broadcast, communicate, declare, disclose, divulge, impart, proclaim, publish, reveal, spill, tell, unveil; betray, blab, expose, give away, inform, leak, rat, squeal, talk, tattle, tip (off), warn, wise (up); breathe, say, whisper
NEAR ANTONYMS:
disallow, disavow, disclaim, disown; contradict, dispute, gainsay, negate, negative; rebut, refute, reject, repudiate; conceal, cover (up), hide, obscure, veil; kid (oneself)
deny
agree (verb)
4.
to be in agreement on every point
SYNONIMS:
accord, agree, answer, chord, cohere, coincide, comport, conform, consist, correspond, dovetail, fit, go, harmonize, jibe, rhyme ( rime), sort, square, tally
RELATED WORDS:
equal, match, parallel; align ( aline), line up, register
NEAR ANTONYMS:
contradict, dispute, gainsay; negate, nullify; clash, conflict, jar
differ (from), disagree (with)
agree (verb)
5.
to form a pleasing relationship
SYNONIMS:
agree, assort, blend, chime, chime in, conform, consort, coordinate, groove
RELATED WORDS:
balance, correlate, correspond, dovetail, hang together, match; meet, parallel; bond, coalesce, cohere, conjoin, fuse, merge, square, tally
NEAR ANTONYMS:
contradict, contrast, counter, differ, diverge, jar; cancel (out), counteract, negate, offset
clash, collide, conflict
agree (verb)
6.
to give or express one's approval (as to a proposal)
SYNONIMS:
acquiesce, agree, assent, come round, consent, subscribe
RELATED WORDS:
adopt, embrace, espouse; abide, bear (with), endure, stand, suffer, tolerate; stomach, swallow, take; bow, knuckle under, relent, submit, succumb, yield
NEAR ANTONYMS:
rebuff, refuse, reject, scorn, spurn; deny, gainsay
dissent
agree (verb)
to come to an agreement or decision concerning the details of
SYNONIMS:
agree (on), decide, fix, set, settle
RELATED WORDS:
contract, pledge, promise; blueprint, calculate, chart, concert, design, draft, frame, hammer out, intrigue, lay out, maneuver, map (out), plan, program ( programme), schematize, scheme, shape, square away, work out; choose, conclude, determine, figure, opt, resolve; affirm, approve, authorize, clear, confirm, OK ( okay), sanction, warrant; close, complete, end, finalize, finish, round (off out), wind up, wrap up; bargain, chaffer, deal, dicker, haggle, horse-trade, negotiate
NEAR ANTONYMS:
abort, call, call off, drop, recall, repeal, rescind, revoke; differ (over), disagree (with); counter, debate, object, oppose, protest, resist; contest, dispute
agree (verb)
to give satisfaction to
SYNONIMS:
agree (with), content, delight, feast, gas, glad, gladden, gratify, pleasure, rejoice, satisfy, suit, warm
RELATED WORDS:
appease, mollify, pacify, placate, soothe; assuage, quench, sate, satiate; excite, tickle, titillate; amuse, divert, entertain, treat; captivate, charm; galvanize, thrill; calm, comfort; cater (to), humor, indulge; coddle, mollycoddle, pamper, spoil
NEAR ANTONYMS:
aggravate, annoy, bother, bug, chafe, cross, exasperate, gall, get, grate, irk, irritate, nettle, peeve, perturb, pique, put out, ruffle, vex; anger, enrage, incense, inflame ( enflame), infuriate, madden, outrage, rankle, rile, roil, steam up; provoke, rouse; agitate, distress, disturb, fret, upset; harass, harry, pester; affront, insult, offend
displease
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