Oxford Editor: Fred Durst's Use Of 'A...

Oxford Editor: Fred Durst's Use Of 'Agreeance' Was Right

There are 1 comment on the KNBC Los Angeles story from Mar 14, 2008, titled Oxford Editor: Fred Durst's Use Of 'Agreeance' Was Right. In it, KNBC Los Angeles reports that:

Whether you agree or not, the North American editor of the Oxford English Dictionary says Limp Bizkit singer Fred Durst's use of the word "agreeance" was correct at the Grammys last month.

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CaptainReality

Adelaide, Australia

#1 Mar 31, 2008
I'm Australian, and yes, the term 'in agreeance' is quite common here.

There's more to English than 'American English'. Our version branched from British English in the late 1700's. Hence, we have some words that are anachronistic in the rest of the world.

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