So, I remember it was a single word that had this sort of definition. It also had a neutral conotation to it. I came across the word in a video or a game I can't quite remember.

I already looked at the answers posted on cpu2007's question asking almost the same thing, but the word I was looking for was not there.

If it were used in a sentence it would go like this:

Just blank is all, I am not disagreeing with you.

  • You could fit literally anything in "just blank is all", and it could be an adjective, noun, participle, or maybe even adverb - it's not terribly helpful. There are various words and phrases like misapprehension, crossed wires and cross purposes but I've no idea if they fit.
    – Stuart F
    Nov 6, 2023 at 22:03
  • The question has been asked before, and an answer (vehement / violent agreement) given. The correct procedure to ask for further answers to the same question is to offer a bonus ... but admittedly, this only works when you have sufficient rep points. Nov 6, 2023 at 23:14

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I can't think of a single word, but a common way to describe this situation is that you and the other party are in violent agreement.

Violent Agreement

Two people are arguing about something. It is clear to everyone else at the meeting that the two hold the same point.

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