agreeing; conforming; harmonious.
Or if no controversy, then it is but one accordant Pange Lingua of complaint against the Powers that be.
The French Revolution Thomas Carlyle
It has been accordant with transitory Semblance; discordant with eternal Fact.
Past and Present Thomas Carlyle
Come, let us seek him, and fan the flame of liberty in his breast by our accordant spirit.
Fiesco or, The Genoese Conspiracy Friedrich Schiller
But this would appear to be too abstract, and not so accordant with ordinary concepts.
Kant’s Critique of Judgement Immanuel Kant
How much more tolerable and accordant with human feeling is the error of your Platonist co-sectary Apuleius!
The City of God, Volume I Aurelius Augustine
If you visit them you will see everything is accordant with the great shrine you have left.
Life and Work in Benares and Kumaon, 1839-1877 James Kennedy
Great credit is given to the accordant testimony of witnesses who have come together from distant parts of the world.
The Philosophy of Natural Theology William Jackson
If we can, then blot out that expression so accordant with common sentiment, “God made the country, and man the town.”
The Swamp Doctor’s Adventures in The South-West John Robb
Drake’s plan appears to have been most judicious: it was at least accordant with his character, downright and daring.
Great Men and Famous Women. Vol. 1 of 8 Various
His was evidently a soul attuned to harmonies, quick to discern any accordant or discordant strains.
Expositor’s Bible: The Gospel of St Luke Henry Burton
(usually postpositive) and foll by with. in conformity or harmony
the notes to which a stringed instrument is tuned.
to be in agreement or harmony; agree. to make agree or correspond; adapt. to grant; bestow: to accord due praise. Archaic. to settle; reconcile. proper relationship or proportion; harmony. a harmonious union of sounds, colors, etc. consent or concurrence of opinions or wills; agreement. an international agreement; settlement of questions outstanding among nations. of one’s […]
- According as
to the extent that; proportionately as. depending on whether; if: I’ll stay according as I have the money. depending on how.
agreeing: according voices raised in censure. to be in agreement or harmony; agree. to make agree or correspond; adapt. to grant; bestow: to accord due praise. Archaic. to settle; reconcile. proper relationship or proportion; harmony. a harmonious union of sounds, colors, etc. consent or concurrence of opinions or wills; agreement. an international agreement; settlement of […]
Edmond, 1672–1769, English authority and writer on card games. Sir Fred, 1915–2001, British astronomer, mathematician, and educator. according to Hoyle, according to the rules or to the authority; correctly. Contemporary Examples Ironically, in this dispute, the atheist Hoyle was on the side of the pope in seeing a linkage between the Big Bang and God. […]