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concur -- as in: I concur
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Gone with the Wind
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  • Other mothers concurred heartily with her and blamed it on the war.
  • He had told Gerald over and over that Emmie Slattery’s baby might have been fathered by any one of a dozen men as easily as himself—an idea in which Gerald concurred—but that had not altered his case so far as Ellen was concerned.
  • Old Dr. Fontaine diagnosed her trouble as female complaint and concurred with Dr. Meade in saying she should never have had Beau.
  • Frank thought the world too rude a place for a lone woman and, in that idea, Scarlett silently and heartily concurred.

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  • We concur on the action to be taken; though we disagree on the reasons.
  • She could not concur, but she was silent.
    Dickens, Charles  --  Little Dorrit

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