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From Middle English acordaunt, equivalent to accord + -ant.
accordant (comparative more accordant, superlative most accordant)
- In agreement; agreeing.
- Synonyms: consonant, harmonious, corresponding, conformable, conforming
- 1871, Charles Darwin, The Descent of Man:
- The breach of this law, even when the breach is known to be strictly accordant with true morality, has caused many a man more agony than a real crime.
- 1836, Oliver Goldsmith, The Captivity An Oratorio:
- And now his voice accordant to the string.
- Usually followed by with or to.
- “accordant”, in Trésor de la langue française informatisé [Digitized Treasury of the French Language], 2012.
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