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agreements (noun)
settlements, accords, accessions, concurrences, assents, stipulations, concords, covenants, pacts, understandings, promises, agreements, pledges, concordances, arrangements, deals, acceptances, compacts, capitulations, treaties, contracts, bonds.
promises (noun)
pledges, pacts, mutual agreements, bonds, assurances, engagements, promises, stipulations, contracts, oaths, vows, agreements, compacts, arrangements, understandings, guarantees, covenants, obligations.
promises (verb)
swears, pledges, agrees, promises, assures, vows, guarantees, stipulates.
approvals (noun)
ratifications, confirmations, acceptances, sanctions, permissions, assents, affirmations, approvals, endorsements.
agrees (verb)
sanctions, stipulates, blesses, acquiesces, empathizes, cooperates, promises, affirms, assents, conforms, agrees, capitulates, pledges, accedes, approves, accepts, welcomes, endorses, contracts, concurs.
authorizes (verb)
countersigns, licenses, denominates, authorizes, designates, empowers, confirms, enables, commissions, assents, notarizes, validates, ordains, entitles, warrants, authenticates, approves, blesses, enfranchises, permits, certifies, sanctions, deputizes, agrees, affirms.
complies (verb)
complies, obeys, concurs, bends, defers, fulfills, cedes, genuflects, caves, agrees, observes, surrenders, respects, kowtows, yields, assents, adheres, bows, knuckles under, submits, capitulates, succumbs, conforms, acquiesces, accepts.
permits (verb)
releases, concedes, enfranchises, sanctions, approves, tolerates, licenses, blesses, permits, lets, condones, authorizes, allows.
approves (verb)
sanctions, ratifies, confirms, affirms, endorses, permits, assents, authenticates, approves, authorizes, accepts, underwrites, certifies, validates.
consents (verb)
acquiesces, endorses, lets, allows, accepts, condones, assents, sanctions, approves, concurs, ratifies.
permissions (noun)
permits, permissions, leaves, blessings, authorizations, franchises, privileges, releases, concessions, licenses, tolerances, allowances, cartes blanche, approvals, sanctions, freedoms, dispensations, passes.
Examples of usage:
  1. I am well acquainted with the price of these goods, but I have plenty of impudence, and I beat down the price until the seller consents to give me the jacket at 3s. - "Second Shetland Truck System Report", William Guthrie.
  2. Then she consents to let him speak to her father and mother. - "The Three Heron's Feathers", Hermann Sudermann.
  3. If he consents, we can live as we like.... - "The Song of Songs", Hermann Sudermann.

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