Did you perhaps mean agreeable?
- From Old French agréance, from agréer ("to agree"); as if agree + -ance. (Wiktionary)
“Hi Ethnic Plod, Reading your articles posted on here I am am in agreeance with a most of what you have said, The reference to the 5 million Quid that was spent trying to nail him is justified as far as I am concerned, This man has used, whatever means to get to the higher echelons of the Met (in fainess he appeared to have all the right Qualifications), He has demonstrated in the most pathetic of ways that he is a corrupt individual, The damage that this man could have done to both The Police Service and ultimately The security of Our Nation was immeasurable, we sometimes underestimate the power and influence the upper ranks of the Met wield.”
“We’re all in agreeance that it isn’t one or the other – so why not make them complimentary to each other.”
“I think we’re all in agreeance that the world didn’t need a Limp Bizkit cover of the Who’s “Behind Blue Eyes.””
“In any case, while he wasn't doing an O'Reilly on last night's luminaries, I cringed as much as other anti-war bloggers did when Fred Durst came out with his "agreeance" Bushism.”
“I've been an avid Obama supporter from day 1; today, I have skepticism about the decision to send more troops; I noticed the tone in his voice and it was not the audible of confidence or agreeance.”
“August 9, 2010 at 5:29 pm in agreeance with the longer short story above”
“I am in agreeance with you, but the keyword your using is IF.”
“The English equiv doesn`t really pull off the same emphatic agreeance as a good Genau! does.”
“He actually knocked on the table afterward in true agreeance.”
“Well it looks like pretty much everyone is in agreeance.”
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