To agree in sentiment; be of the same mind; accord; be at one.To agree; yield credence or accord; give assent, as to a proposition or the terms of an agreement.To yield when one has the right, power, or desire to oppose; accede, as to persuasion or entreaty; aid, or at least voluntarily refrain from opposing, the execution of another person's purpose; comply.Synonyms See list under accede. Permit, Consent to, etc. See allow.To grant; allow; acknowledge; give assent to.n. Voluntary allowance or acceptance of what is done or proposed to be done by another; a yielding of the mind or will to that which is proposed; acquiescence; concurrence; compliance; permission.n. In law, intelligent concurrence in the adoption of a contract or an agreement of such a nature as to bind the party consenting; agreement upon the same thing in the same sense.n. Agreement in opinion or sentiment; unity of opinion or inclination.n. A preconcerted design; concert.n. Agreement; correspondence in parts, qualities, or operation; harmony; concord.n. In pathology, an agreement or sympathy, by which one affected part of the system affects some distant part. See sympathy.n. Synonyms Assent, Consent, Concurrence, etc. See assent.