• WordNet 3.6
    • v concur happen simultaneously "The two events coincided"
    • v concur be in accord; be in agreement "We agreed on the terms of the settlement","I can't agree with you!","I hold with those who say life is sacred","Both philosophers concord on this point"
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Concur To assent; to consent.
    • Concur To meet in the same point; to combine or conjoin; to contribute or help toward a common object or effect. "When outward causes concur ."
    • Concur To run together; to meet. "Anon they fierce encountering both concurred With grisly looks and faces like their fates."
    • Concur To unite or agree (in action or opinion); to join; to act jointly; to agree; to coincide; to correspond. "Mr. Burke concurred with Lord Chatham in opinion.""Tories and Whigs had concurred in paying honor to Walker.""This concurs directly with the letter."
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • concur To run together; meet in a point in space.
    • concur To come together or be accordant, as in character, action, or opinion; agree; coincide: followed by with before the person or thing and in before the object of concurrence.
    • concur To unite; combine; be associated: as, many causes concurred in bringing about his fall.
    • concur Eccles., to fall on two consecutive days, as two feasts. See concurrence, 4.
    • concur To assent: with to.
    • concur In law, to assert, with other claimants, a claim against the estate of an insolvent.
    • concur In English law, to unite in two or more persons the title to a single estate.
    • n concur In mod. geom., the straight determined by two coplanar flat pencils.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • v.i Concur kon-kur′ to run together: to meet in one point: to coincide: to act together: to agree: to assent to
    • pr.p Concur concur′ring; pa.p. concurred′
    • n Concur one that concurs: a competitor: one who accompanies a sheriff's officer as witness
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. concurrere, to run together, agree; con-, + currere, to run. See Current


In literature:

Surely many things, not often bestowed, must concur to make genius an enviable gift.
"The Prose Works of William Wordsworth" by William Wordsworth
All the same, other drifts concurring, I think that he fled by the Lisbon ship!
"Foes" by Mary Johnston
The Women's Temperance Workers discussed the matter and concurred.
"The Skipper and the Skipped" by Holman Day
He concurred with me.
"Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson" by Thomas Jefferson
If we do not concur this year, we shall the next; or if not then, in a year or two more.
"Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson" by Thomas Jefferson
You know the moderation of our views in this business, and that we all concurred in them.
"Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson" by Thomas Jefferson
With whichever opinion the body of the nation concurs, that must prevail.
"Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson" by Thomas Jefferson
All that had concurred in producing him was of the best.
"Memorial Addresses on the Life and Character of William H. F. Lee (A Representative from Virginia)" by Various
And I may add that in this opinion Mr. Whistler himself entirely concurs.
"Oscar Wilde, Volume 1 (of 2)" by Frank Harris
Mr. Warren now gladly concurred in the plan of his adviser, after which the interview was concerned with financial details.
"The Disentanglers" by Andrew Lang

In poetry:

Yes! we all concur
(In respect to her
Ideas are not dividing)
There's no "seat," nor "hands"
Like Dorothy Brand's
When she goes out a-riding!
"An Enthusiastic Sportsman Enthuses" by Harry Breaker Morant
FROM his vicegerent quickly he received
A good account, and friends his fears relieved;
The servants never dropt a single word
Of what had passed, but all to please concurred.
"The Little Dog" by Jean de La Fontaine
Shall the fumes of such fancies bewilder our reason,
Must the pulse cease to throb, or the bosom to glow?
And shall we concur in the blasphemous treason
That Heav'n presents but the chalice of woe?
"How Canst Thou Doubt?" by Charlotte Dacre

In news:

The US Fish and Wildlife Service concurs, listing the probable cause of the snakehead 's establishment in the US as "individuals releasing these fish to establish a local food source.".
Both courts concur that the man is not exactly innocent.
Justice David Prosser, in a concurring opinion, said suppressing the evidence is a drastic remedy but the state's misuse of the subpoena law was serious enough to warrant it.
Still, looking at Toyota's new Winglet "personal transport assistance robots," it's hard not to concur with Jalopnik's assessment that the devices have borrowed more than a few notes from the scooter company.
Appeals court concurs with trial judge .
At Concurring Opinions, Kyle Graham retrieves—okay, invents—some recent unsent e-mails from Justice Scalia to Judge Posner.
"We have to address this changing reality," concurs Feltmate.
I was very glad to see Jack Hertel's input today (Reader Input, Dec 29) about how bad the FDA is, and I concur totally.
Intermec, Nexen, Diamond Foods, Priceline, Concur Tech.
(Lawyers Weekly No 08-80131 – 12 pages concurring opinion).
Osseo had non-conference wins over Centennial and Maple Grove Aug 30 and Sept 7 MSHSL officials concurred that the forfeiture penalty as identified in By-Law 111.00 must be imposed.
The state Senate concurred, 26-6, so these changes will go into effect.
Before this week's national elections, talking heads concurred that the youth vote, defined primarily as those between 18 and 29, would not have nearly the same impact on the outcome as it did in 2008.
And as my colleague Sherryl Connelly (who will do an introductory post of her own later today) and I have concurred, we believe we can achieve something beyond the digital flickerings that mark the lives of most blogs.
Anthony Princiotti led the Vermont Symphony Orchestra in three lesser-known works that proved to be masterpieces — and the audience concurred enthusiastically.

In science:

This result concurs with the free fermionic analysis that indicates that at least one asymmetric operation is required to reduce the number of families to three generations .
On the Number of Chiral Generations in Z2 X Z2 Orbifolds
This concurs with the previous finding that the quantum bounce bridges the black hole with another black hole (instead of a white hole).
Phenomenological loop quantum geometry of the Schwarzschild black hole
Generalized stratified order structure The stratified order structures can adequately model concur rent histories only when the paradigm p3 is satisfied.
Modelling Concurrency with Comtraces and Generalized Comtraces
Not only do the images fit poorly with the mass model, but the images show slightly different morphologies. L07 concurred, adding that the spectra are also somewhat different.
The Highest Resolution Mass Map of Galaxy Cluster Substructure To Date Without Assuming Light Traces Mass: LensPerfect Analysis of Abell 1689
Two lines of evidence concur that it is made in intermediate mass stars and ejected thereby.
Astrophysics in 2006