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  • He changed his mind a few hours later and agreed to appear on the show.
  • He agreed to help out and complete the tour with them.
  • He asked her to marry him the next day and she agreed.
  • Then it can be generally agreed that is what was meant.
  • Ancient writers are not agreed as to what these other countries are.
  • Whether this is public or private information should be agreed upon between players before the game begins.
  • His family agreed to let him study painting, but only if he also studied medicine.
  • Then it can be generally agreed that is what happened.
  • The contract was agreed upon in August of the following year.
  • Those playing it may agree to change the rules as they wish.
  • He agreed and fought them all, one after the other with no rest periods in between.
  • They agree to meet in the city cathedral the next day, then part.
  • Scholars do not agree on the process of how he developed his own unique model.
  • Each agrees to tell one story each day for ten days.
  • They agreed to do so, but it never happened.
  • Scott agreed, and settled on making an alternative cut of the film.
  • However, on the return trip, they agree that their relationship is not working.
  • According to him, officials generally agree that some kind of planned sex education is necessary.
  • Not all researchers agree that short-term and long-term memory are separate systems.
  • Stage I only took five days to agree to follow the Blue Book.
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Meaning of agree

  • verb Be in accord; be in agreement
    We agreed on the terms of the settlement, I can't agree with you!, I hold with those who say life is sacred, Both philosophers concord on this point
  • verb Consent or assent to a condition, or agree to do something
    She agreed to all my conditions, He agreed to leave her alone
  • verb Show grammatical agreement
    Subjects and verbs must always agree in English
  • verb Be agreeable or suitable
    White wine doesn't agree with me
  • verb Achieve harmony of opinion, feeling, or purpose
    No two of my colleagues would agree on whom to elect chairman