concurred in

See: consensual
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This determination was concurred in by all his associates excepting Mr.
It was characteristic of the police people that they had all more or less suspected poor Joe (though he never knew it), and that they had to a man concurred in regarding him as one of the deepest spirits they had ever encountered.
The two physicians, for a wonder, turned out to be unanimous, or rather, though of different minds, they concurred in action.
To non-medical friends they had already concurred in praising the other young practitioner, who had come into the town on Mr.
Emma Jane had hitherto heartily concurred in this opinion, for if there was any one thing that she detested it was the learning of lessons.
Those who had concurred in the challenge adhered to his party of course, excepting only Ralph de Vipont, whom his fall had rendered unfit so soon to put on his armour.
He disapproved, therefore, of all hostile measures; and all the other chiefs concurred in his opinion.
This amendment was so obviously proper, that the House concurred in it nem.
Outside Bou Saada he bade Kadour ben Saden and his men good-by, for there were reasons which made him wish to make his entry into the town as secret as possible, and when he had explained them to the sheik the latter concurred in his decision.
Hardyman cordially concurred in this view of the matter.
The Supreme Court ruling, agreed to by four justices and concurred in by another justice, drew a sharp dissent, authored by Justice Barry T.