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See Eye To Eye

See Eye To Eye - to agree with someone

  • My mother and I never see eye to eye .
  • Jenni always sees eye to eye with her brothers.
  • Do you see eye to eye with your mother?
  • My husband and I do not see eye to eye.
  • Teenagers do not always see eye to eye with their parents.
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