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