agree with

phrasal verb

agreed with; agreeing with; agrees with
: to regard (something) with approval
Do you agree with capital punishment?

Examples of agree with in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web However, Pelphrey agreed with the twist created by writer David E. Kelley and directed by Regina King. Emily Longeretta, Variety, 14 May 2024 While some of you may not agree with my strict notions, so far none of the above is terribly confusing. Allen Farmelo, Robb Report, 13 May 2024 Therefore, Miss Manners is inclined to agree with your supervisor. Judith Martin, The Mercury News, 11 May 2024 The Chinese Foreign Ministry last year posted a 12-point peace plan, which included a number of points that many agreed with, such as urging against the use of nuclear weapons, protecting civilians and POWs, facilitating grain exports and promoting reconstruction. Peter Aitken, Fox News, 11 May 2024 The Commission ultimately agreed with Spotify on its anti-steering complaints and hit Apple with a €1.84 billion (about $2 billion) fine. Emma Roth, The Verge, 9 May 2024 An independent panelist agreed with the school and required Jinaphan to turn the address over to the college. Chris Quintana, The Courier-Journal, 9 May 2024 Reynolds agreed with McElhenney, though was less diplomatic in his observations. Byryan Hogg, Fortune Europe, 3 May 2024 The jury also agreed with prosecutors that Boylan failed to perform any lifesaving or firefighting activities or use the boat’s public address system to warn passengers and crew members about the fire. Kirsty Hatcher, Peoplemag, 3 May 2024

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“Agree with.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 26 May. 2024.

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