handshake

handshake

/ˈhændˌʃeɪk/
noun
an act of taking a person's hand and shaking it as a greeting or after having made an agreement with them

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harmonious

harmonious

/hɑɹˈmoʊniəs/
adjective
peaceful, helpful, and friendly with no disagreement involved

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harmoniously

harmoniously

/hɑɹˈmoʊniəsɫi/
adverb
in a manner that is helpful, peaceful, friendly, and without disagreement

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harmony

harmony

/ˈhɑɹməni/
noun
coexistence in peace and agreement

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hear! hear!

hear! hear!

/hˈɪɹ hˈɪɹ/
interjection
used to show one's complete agreement with something, particularly in a speech

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to honor

to honor

/ˈɑnɝ/
verb
to do what one promised or agreed to do

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honor system

honor system

/ˈɑːnɚ sˈɪstəm/
noun
an agreement that is completely based on the honesty of the parties involved

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to humor

to humor

/ˈhjumɝ/
verb
to do the things that a person wants, no matter how unreasonable they are, in order to keep them satisfied

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in accord with

in accord with

/ɪn ɐkˈoːɹd wɪð/
phrase
in agreement with; not against

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to incline

to incline

/ˈɪnkɫaɪn/, /ˌɪnˈkɫaɪn/
verb
to bend one's head downward, particularly as an act of agreement, greeting, etc.

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incontestable

incontestable

/ɪnkəntˈɛstəbəl/
adjective
true and therefore impossible to be denied or disagreed with

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incontestably

incontestably

/ɪnkəntˈɛstəbli/
adverb
‌in a manner that leaves no room for disagreement or denial

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incontrovertible

incontrovertible

/ˌɪŋˌkɑntɹoʊˈvɝtɪbəɫ/
adjective
true in a way that leaves no room for denial or disagreement

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incontrovertibly

incontrovertibly

/ɪnkˌɑːntɹəvˈɜːɾəbli/
adverb
in a manner that leaves no room for denial or disagreement

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indisputable

indisputable

/ˌɪndɪˈspjutəbəɫ/
adjective
true and therefore leaving no room for disagreement or denial

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indisputably

indisputably

/ˌɪnˈdɪspjuˌtæˌbɫi/
adverb
in a way that makes any disagreement or denial impossible or unlikely

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in favor of

in favor of

/ɪn fˈeɪvɚɹ ʌv/
phrase
in agreement; in support of something or someone

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in tune

in tune

/ɪn tˈuːn/
phrase
in agreement with someone or something

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to [lend] {one's} name to {sth}

to [lend] {one's} name to {sth}

/lˈɛnd wˈʌnz nˈeɪm tʊ ˌɛstˌiːˈeɪtʃ/
phrase
to publicly support something

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to like

to like

/ˈɫaɪk/
verb
to show support for or interest in a post shared on social media, a blog, etc. by tapping a specific button

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like

like

/ˈɫaɪk/
noun
something by which a person can show their interest in or approval of a post shared on social media, a blog, etc. by tapping a specific button

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to make up

to make up

/mˌeɪk ˈʌp/
verb
to become friends with someone once more after ending a quarrel with them

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to [make] peace

to [make] peace

/mˌeɪk pˈiːs/
phrase
to stop fighting with someone and become friendly with them once more

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maybe

maybe

/ˈmeɪbi/
adverb
used as a response to a question when one does not have a definite answer or does not want to agree or disagree

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to [meet] {sb} halfway

to [meet] {sb} halfway

/mˈiːt ˌɛsbˈiː hˈæfweɪ/
phrase
to come to an agreement with someone by granting some of their requests while they grant some of one's requests

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to mend

to mend

/ˈmɛnd/
verb
to resolve a dispute or problem

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to [mend] {one's} fences

to [mend] {one's} fences

/mˈɛnd wˈʌnz fˈɛnsᵻz/
phrase
to reconcile with someone

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middle ground

middle ground

/mˈɪdəl ɡɹˈaʊnd/
noun
a specific set of opinions, ideas, etc. on which conflicting parties agree; a position that is intermediate

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modus vivendi

modus vivendi

/mˈoʊdəs vaɪvˈɛndi/
noun
an agreement between oppositions to stop arguing for a specific time or indefinitely

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to nail down

to nail down

/nˈeɪl dˈaʊn/
verb
to finally come to an agreement or decision

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to nod

to nod

/ˈnɑd/
verb
to move one's head up and down as a sign of agreement, understanding, or greeting

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no kidding

no kidding

/nˈoʊ kˈɪdɪŋ/
interjection
used ironically as a response to a statement that is obvious

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noncontroversial

noncontroversial

/nɑnˌkɑntɹəˈvɝʃəɫ/
adjective
not causing or unlikely to cause disagreement

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nor

nor

/ˈnɔɹ/
conjunction
put before a positive verb to express agreement with the preceding negative statement

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at all

at all

/æt ˈɔːl/
adverb
in the slightest degree or in any respect

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of course

of course

/ʌv kˈoːɹs/
adverb
used to give permission or express agreement

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OK

OK

/ˈoʊˈkeɪ/
interjection
said to show that we are agreeing to do something or we agree with something

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oneness

oneness

/ˈwənəs/, /ˈwənnəs/
noun
the state of feeling a unity with someone or something

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on {one's} side

on {one's} side

/ˌɑːn wˈʌnz sˈaɪd/
phrase
agreeing with someone or supporting them in an argument, plan, etc.

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on the same page

on the same page

/ɑːnðə sˈeɪm pˈeɪdʒ/
phrase
in agreement

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out of tune

out of tune

/ˌaʊɾəv tˈuːn/
phrase
not in agreement with someone or something

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