a situation in which people have the same opinions or ideas use: As consensus refers to a collective opinion, the words of the opinion in the consensus sentence are superfluous and should therefore be avoided from matching or supporting a group, idea, plan, etc. The situation, if people have the same opinion or have made the same decision on a total correspondence between all members of a group have entered into a formal agreement to temporarily stop an activity an agreement to do something if someone else does something British an agreement that information disclosed at a meeting can be used, but not the identities of the participants or what organizations they can use belonging to an agreement between two people or groups involved in a war, struggle or disagreement to stop it for a certain period of time Such an agreement currently exists for pandemic influenza, Phelan notes, but not for any other type of disease or vaccine. Given all this, although depending on your personal style/registry and the context in which you plan to use the word, I don`t see why you couldn`t use accordable. Although archaic and non-standard, the use of a well-understood root as an adjective with the standard means of the suffix -able should nevertheless be easy to understand. It can even be confused with a punctual and funny invention, a kind of neologism (or archaeology?!), and I don`t think it seems incongruous when pronounced by an eloquent person. In fact, I had never heard of an agreement before writing it, and looking at the definition of the related but not quite appropriate agreement, I came to an agreement by intuition. Finally, over the past four years, he and his representatives have cancelled or repealed dozens of other environmental regulations, practices and agreements. The word doesn`t seem to fit the norm: I could only find it in a handful of online dictionaries, and it wasn`t in any of the freely accessible offerings from any of the Heavy Hitters (Oxford, Cambridge, Merriam Webster, and The American Heritage Dictionary). Among those who read one, there seemed to be some differences over whether it should be considered archaic or indeed obsolete (I think only if a helpful passerby had access to the OED could we settle for “official” Status of Accordable). Anyway, although the word is used in the current times, it is certainly not very widespread. He was fined heavily for parking on the sidewalk, although ___ That decision went hand in hand with a bipartisan agreement to offer all registered voters the opportunity to vote by mail or early vote, according to the Louisville Courier Journal. an agreement that was concluded informally or that was not expressed in words, informally, in agreement or in the ability to cooperate easily For obvious reasons, the conclusion of such an agreement would have required the presence and signature of both candidates.
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