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To agree with someone or something - thesaurus




to have the same opinion as someone else

go along with

to agree with someone or something



formal to agree with someone or something

be in agreement

to have the same opinion, or to have made the same decision

be of one/be of the same mind (about)

to agree about someone or something

see eye to eye (with someone)

to agree with someone, or to have the same opinion as them

be of like mind

to have the same opinions about someone or something as someone else

be as one

to be in agreement about something

subscribe to

to agree with an idea

fall in with

to accept or agree with someone else’s ideas, way of behaving etc

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to recognize that something is true, fair, or right

be in/out of tune with

informal to agree/not agree with someone

be on the same page

to understand and agree with what is being done or suggested

be singing from the same hymn book/sheet

to give the same answers or have the same opinions as other people in a group

chime with

to be similar to or agree with someone else’s ideas, plans, feelings etc

come/get/fall into line

to agree with or become similar to someone or something else



to have the same opinion or feeling as someone else

side with

to agree with one particular person and support them in an argument

sing from the same hymn sheet/song sheet

when people sing from the same hymn sheet, they hide any disagreements between them by agreeing with each other in public

speak/talk the same language

to have the same ideas and attitudes as someone else

speak with one voice

used for saying that all the members of a group have the same opinion

string along

to agree with or go along with an idea or suggestion



a lifestyle focussing on simple pleasures such as comfort and cosiness in the home, and spending time with friends and family

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a form of location that involves the underwater detonation of a bomb which causes sound waves that are picked up by ships

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