Remember I am but one; any promise I may make you can only take effect with the concurrence of another.
And so on; all hands intimating their concurrence in the suggestion.
For this great end there is need of a concurrence of all opinions and the spirit of mutual conciliation.
“Yes sir,” said another man, and there was a little murmur of concurrence.
What a concurrence of circumstances manifestly providential!
On June 26 it was read the third time, passed and sent up for concurrence.
It can not become such without the concurrence of, first, two-thirds of Congress, and afterwards three-fourths of the States.
The concurrence of the governor does not seem to be necessary.
Will not the concurrence of America in her ports give an additional advantage to Russia?
And how can we reconcile this concurrence with the wisdom, independence, and truth of God?
concurrence 1520s, from M.L. concurrentia, from concurrere (see concur).