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Ways of agreeing with someone - thesaurus

Synonyms

OK

interjection

used for showing that you agree with something, approve of it, or understand it

of course

adverb

used for agreeing or disagreeing with someone

no

adverb

used for agreeing with a negative statement or for agreeing to a negative request

yes

noun

an answer that expresses agreement or that gives permission

right

interjection

used for saying that you agree with a statement or accept a suggestion or an order

oh

interjection

used for accepting someone’s answer to your question

done

interjection

used for saying that you will accept the price or offer

okey-dokey

interjection

informal OK: used for showing that you accept something or agree with something

ditto

adverb

spoken used for saying that you agree with what someone has just said or that your feelings or wishes are the same as theirs

righto

interjection

Britishspoken old-fashioned used for saying that you agree with a statement, or you accept a suggestion or an order

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absolutely

adverb

spoken used for showing that you agree with what someone has just said

amen to that

used for saying that you agree with or approve of something

by common/general consent

used for saying that nearly everyone agrees with the opinion given

exactly

adverb

spoken used as a reply for saying that you completely agree with someone

the feeling is mutual

used for saying that one person dislikes someone as much as that person dislikes them

for sure

Americanspoken used for agreeing with someone

good

adjective

used when talking about what has been decided or agreed

great

adjective

mainly spoken used for expressing pleasure or agreement

great minds think alike

used for saying that you are both very clever when you and another person have the same idea

Hear! Hear!

used for saying that you strongly agree with what someone has just said

I couldn’t agree more

used for emphasizing that you agree with something that someone has said

I hear you

used for agreeing with what someone says

I know

used for agreeing with what someone says

I’ll drink to that

spoken used for saying that you strongly agree with what someone has said, or strongly hope that it is true

I’ll give you that

used for saying you accept that part of what someone has said is true, but not all of it

I’ll second that

used for telling someone that you agree with what they are saying

in principle

used for saying that you agree/disagree with something as a result of your moral, religious, or political beliefs

isn’t he/she just/doesn’t he/she just?

used for emphasizing that you completely agree with what someone has just said, especially a criticism

I stand corrected

used for saying that you accept that you are wrong about something

I suppose (so)

used for showing that you mainly agree with something but that you have some doubts about it

it/that figures

used for saying that something seems reasonable

mkay

interjection

very informal a way of writing OK that shows how it is said informally

my sentiments exactly

used for emphasizing that you agree with someone

of course not

used for agreeing or disagreeing with someone

precisely

adverb

spoken used for showing that you completely agree with what someone says or that you think they are exactly right

quite

adverb

Britishspoken used for showing that you agree with what someone has said

rather

adverb

Britishinformal old-fashioned used for showing that you are very keen to do what someone has suggested

right on

used for emphasizing that you agree with or support someone or something

same here

used for saying that you agree or that you have the same feeling

shake on it

used for saying that you want to shake hands with someone in order to show that you both agree to something

so be it

used for saying that you accept a situation in which something has been decided or is necessary, although you are not happy about it

someone never said a truer word

used for saying that you agree completely with what someone has just said

sounds good/great etc

used for telling someone that their idea or suggestion seems like a good one

that makes two of us

used for telling someone that you are in the same situation as they are

that’s about the size of it

used for saying that you agree with someone’s description or opinion of something

this is it

British used when agreeing with someone, by saying that they have referred to the most important aspect of a situation

totally

adverb

spoken used for saying that you really agree with something that someone said

very much so

used for emphasizing your agreement with what someone has said

very well

used for agreeing to something

very well

used for saying that you agree with or accept what someone says, even when you might not really agree with them

why not...?

used for agreeing to a suggestion or request

work for someone

used for saying that you agree with a plan or like a particular idea

yebo

interjection

South African a way of saying 'yes' or 'I agree'

you can say that again

used for expressing strong agreement with what someone has said

you’re not wrong

used for agreeing with someone

you’re telling me

used for saying that you agree with someone

you said it

used for agreeing with what someone has said although you would not have said it yourself, especially when they admit they have done something bad or wrong

you said it

American used for agreeing with a suggestion that someone has made

you win

used for admitting that you have been defeated by someone, or used for agreeing to something

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gaslight

to manipulate someone psychologically so that they begin to question their own perceptions and memories

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Dunning-Kruger effect

the phenomenon by which an incompetent person is too incompetent to understand his own incompetence

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