agree vb agreed, agree·ingvt: to share an opinion thatagreed the terms were fairvi1: to share an opinion, understanding, or intentunable to agree on a verdict — New York Law Journal2: to indicate willingness or acceptance: give assent or approvalagreeing to this proposal
Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam-Webster. 1996.
accede, accept, accommodate, accord, acknowledge, acquiesce, adapt, adjust differences, adopt, allow, approve, assent, avow, be accordant, be at one with, be in harmony with, be in unison, be willing, coincide, come to an understanding, come to terms, comply with, componere, concede, concinere, concord, concur, confirm, congruere, consent, cooperate, correspond, fit, give assent, give consent, homologate, ratify, reconcile, settle, subscribe to, suit, understand, unite, yield assent
associated concepts: agreed case, agreed order, agreed statement of facts
adjust differences, arrive at a settlement, bargain, bring into concord, come to an agreement, come to an understanding, come to terms, compromise, consent, consentire, constituere, cooperate, covenant, engage, give assurance, make a bargain, make an agreement, make terms, mutually assent, pacisci, pact, pledge, promise, settle, settle by covenant, stipulate, undertake
abide, accommodate, acknowledge (respond), admit (concede), allow (endure), assent, bond (secure a debt), certify (approve), cohere (be logically consistent), coincide (concur), compromise (settie by mutual agreement), concede, conform, consent, conspire, contract, correspond (be equivalent), decide, defer (yield in judgment), fix (settle), grant (concede), obey, promise (vow), settle, stipulate, subscribe (promise), undertake, unite
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
v.To concur; to consent; to settle.
The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008.