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In agreement with someone or something - thesaurus

Synonyms

agreed

adjective

if people are agreed, they all agree about what to do

at one with

in agreement with someone

united

adjective

if people are united, they have the same aims or beliefs

together

adverb

if people are together, come together etc, they work with each other and do not oppose each other

by mutual/common consent

with the agreement of everyone involved

in accord with

in agreement with, or not opposed to, a fact, rule, or principle

mutual

adjective

felt or done in the same way by each of two or more people

as one man

all together at the same time, in a way that shows complete agreement

in the affirmative

formal in agreement with what has been said or approved

favorable

the American spelling of favourable

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acquiescent

adjective

formal accepting or agreeing to something, although you do not want to

favourable

adjective

showing that someone likes or approves of someone or something

favourable

adjective

giving agreement to something

find an echo (in)

if an idea finds an echo in a group or country, people there agree with it

in/into step

if people or things are in step, they agree or move at the same rate

in unison

in agreement

of like mind

thinking in the same way or having the same opinion as someone else

simpatico

adjective

informal in agreement, or able to work together easily

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