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www.dictionary.com/browse/agreeance

Agreeance definition, the act or state of agreeing; agreement. See more.

en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/agreeance

Definition of agreeance in English: agreeance. noun. Scottish. Agreement. Origin. Early 16th century. From agree + -ance. Pronunciation. agreeance.

english.stackexchange.com/questions/3112/is-agreeance-a-proper-word

Many people in my area use the word "agreeance" and I find it ... That's an interesting question. Even though the word "agreeance" appears in ...

grammarist.com/spelling/agreement-vs-agreeance

For things to be in agreement they are harmonious or do not contradict each other. Agreeance is the act of agreement. It is an archaism that is now rarely used  ...

www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=agreeance

Here in New Zealand we use the word agreeance...along with many other words deemed as being 'out of date' these days....as far as I'm concerned...if I can use ...

www.yourdictionary.com/agreeance

Noun. (uncountable). (obsolete) A state whereby two parties share a view or opinion; agreement. I am in agreeance with you. Origin. From Old French agréance, ...

www.waywordradio.org/agreeance-vs-agreement

Sep 29, 2012 ... What's the difference between agreeance and agreement? While agreeance is a word, it hasn't often been used since the 19th century, ...

www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/agree

Define agree: to have the same opinion — agree in a sentence.

heidelblog.net/2013/09/grammar-guerilla-agreement-v-agreeance

Sep 17, 2013 ... One of the weirder abstract nouns that has popped up recently is the word agreeance, as it, “I am in agreeance with that position.” A noun is a ...

en.wiktionary.org/wiki/agreeance

English[edit]. Etymology[edit]. From Old French agréance, from agréer (“to agree” ); as if agree + -ance. Noun[edit]. agreeance (uncountable) (obsolete). A state ...