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abide by to comply with; agree to.
accede to agree or consent; assent. [1/2 definitions]
accord to cause to agree; make harmonious; reconcile. [2/6 definitions]
acquiesce to agree silently or without protest; comply; consent.
amenable willing to respond, agree, or submit; agreeable; pliable. [1/3 definitions]
assent to agree or give approval; concur (usu. fol. by to). [1/3 definitions]
bet to agree to give up (usu. money) to another person if one's prediction of some future result does not occur. [1/7 definitions]
click (informal) to fit together well; agree. [1/8 definitions]
coincide to be the same in some respect; agree or correspond precisely. [1/2 definitions]
come around to change one's opinion, esp. to agree with that of another. [1/2 definitions]
come round to change one's opinion, esp. to agree with that of another. [1/2 definitions]
concur to share the same opinion; agree. [1/3 definitions]
condescend to agree to descend to a level less dignified or less privileged than one's own; deign. [1/2 definitions]
consort to be in accord; agree. [1/5 definitions]
conspire to secretly agree or plan to perform a crime or other wrongful act with another person or persons. [2/3 definitions]
covenant to agree to by forming a covenant. [1/6 definitions]
deny to declare (something) false; refuse to agree with or admit; dispute; contradict. [1/3 definitions]
froward unwilling to agree or obey; stubborn; perverse.
hold1 to assent or agree (usu. fol by with). [1/18 definitions]
holdout a person who continues to refuse to agree, participate, or yield. [1/2 definitions]
legal separation a legal agreement in which a husband and wife agree to live apart but are not divorced.