What is another word for concurring?

Pronunciation: [kənkˈɜːɹɪŋ] (IPA)

Concurring is a word that means to agree with or support something. Some synonyms for this word include concur, agree, approve, endorse, support, affirm, back, and ratify. These words all convey the same meaning of agreeing or supporting something. However, they can differ slightly in the context in which they are used. For instance, endorse and approve may be used in a more formal sense, while support and back can be used in a more informal sense. Nevertheless, these synonyms can be interchangeable depending on the situation and can help to add variety and interest to your writing or speech.

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Antonyms for the word "concurring" include disagreeing, dissenting, opposing, conflicting, and differing. Disagreeing refers to having a different opinion or belief, while dissenting is a more formal expression of disagreement. Opposing suggests actively resisting or rejecting a proposal or idea. Conflicting refers to two or more ideas or viewpoints that are incompatible or contradictory. Finally, differing simply means that there are differences or variations between two or more perspectives. These opposing terms provide a way to express disagreement and differences in opinion, which is essential for healthy communication and debate.

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Usage examples for Concurring

Nell, holding her fingers at her little nose, gave him various instructions, while he, concurring with motions of his tail, gave her in this manner to understand that he heard with becoming attention and took her lessons to heart.
"In Desert and Wilderness"
Henryk Sienkiewicz
He began by observing that no proposals had been put forward by the Union, beyond the representation that the Council had not opportunity of concurring largely enough in the practical organisation of the party.
"The Government of England (Vol. I)"
A. Lawrence Lowell
I would endeavour to say something that should shew you the folly of such conduct; for the folly of it is even more excessive than the vice; but, not to mention the state of my own mind at this moment, I despair of producing any effect, since Anna St. Ives herself, aided by so many concurring motives, has failed in the generous and disinterested attempt.
"Anna St. Ives"
Thomas Holcroft

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  • They show as little Reason as Conscience who put the matter by with saying—"Men, in some cases, are lawfully made Slaves, and why may not these?" So men, in some cases, are lawfully put to death, deprived of their goods, without their consent; may any man, therefore, be treated so, without any conviction of desert? Nor is this plea mended by adding—"They are set forth to us as slaves, and we buy them without farther inquiry, let the sellers see to it." Such men may as well join with a known band of robbers, buy their ill-got goods, and help on the trade; ignorance is no more pleadable in one case than the other; the sellers plainly own how they obtain them. But none can lawfully buy without evidence that they are not concurring with Men-Stealers; and as the true owner has a right to reclaim his goods that were stolen, and sold; so the slave, who is proper owner of his freedom, has a right to reclaim it, however often sold.
    Thomas Paine

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