concur

Part of speech: verb

To come or happen together; agree; coincide; cooperate; unite.

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Usage examples "concur":

  1. The King shall then be advis'd by his Parliament, when both Houses concur in their advice. - "His Majesties Declaration Defended", John Dryden.
  2. I have the utmost confidence in the honest intentions of those who concur in this measure; but I lament their want of acquaintance with the character and physical advantages of the people, who, right or wrong, will suppose their interests sacrificed on this occasion to the contrary interests of that part of the confederacy in possession of present power. - "Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson", Thomas Jefferson.
  3. The Muse of History of late years has become so analytic, and withal so embarrassed with the accumulations of new material, revealing still more the complication of causes which undoubtedly concur to any general result, that she is prone to overlook the overpowering influence of the simple elemental passions of human nature. - "From Sail to Steam, Recollections of Naval Life", Captain A. T. Mahan.