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Spell check of concur

Correct spelling: concur

Synonyms:
harmonise, control, ratify, endorse, nurse, contain, ally, comply, take for, take hold, conspire, contract, harmonize, fit, reserve, keep back, confine, declare, interlace, chime with, guard, prevail, intertwine, trade, combine, give, throw, sustain, let, halt, observe, pledge, kowtow, fulfill, take, co-act, welcome, band, support, collude, have got, view as, clash, assent, maintain, concord, restrain, interplay, check, withstand, keep, consort, make, obtain, curb, admit, participate, synchronize with, join, hold up, accept, fit in, gibe, co-occur, jibe, concert, knuckle under, respect, consent, hold in, synchronize, unite, retain, cave, surrender, reciprocate, match, co-operate, attend, submit, accede, yield, hold, collaborate, sanction, associate, genuflect, tally, promise, go together, conjoin, succumb, accompany, correspond, mesh, conform, subscribe to, bind, go along with, defy, bear, acquiesce, bless, affiliate, bow, come with, league, agree, go for, adjudge, dovetail, moderate, bend, defend, equal, carry, apply, obligate, coincide, confederate, team, allow, adhere, have, go with, near, harbour, oblige, defer, cooperate, cooccur, obey, accord, share, affirm, book, get together, pool, interweave, entertain, cede, accommodate, coexist, harbor, deem, intermesh, arrest, approve, overlap, capitulate, hold back, stipulate, condone, empathize.

Antonyms:
decline, object, succeed, deny, dissociate, bicker, fall out, dissent, demur, dispute, collide, differ, resist, contradict, rival, conflict, quarrel, split, precede, separate, counter, predate, diverge, antedate, oppose, contend, take issue, protest, clash, refuse, follow, disagree.

Examples of usage:

1) All these, except Gladstone, heard it, and concur in warm praise, both of matter and manner. - "Lady-John-Russell", MacCarthy, Desmond.

2) If our readers feel half the interest in this subject, which its importance demands, they will thank us for these views, even if they should not concur in every suggestion made. - "Thoughts on the Religious Instruction of the Negroes of this Country", William Swan Plumer.

3) All writers on these subjects concur in recommending it for food, some pronouncing it excellent, some the most delicious known. - "Studies of American Fungi. Mushrooms, Edible, Poisonous, etc.", George Francis Atkinson.

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