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Noun
A state of agreement or harmony, especially on a topic or question
“Many political affiliations are passed down through the chain, with entire villages voting in accord during an election.”
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An official agreement or treaty
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“Its entire strategy is based on the premise that it must maintain the accord with the trade union movement.”
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Agreement or concurrence of opinion, will, or action
“Should someone, of their own accord, violate the terms of such responsibility, then they will have forfeited some of their rights.”
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A close similarity, connection, or equivalence
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The act of confirming or substantiating
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A link or connection, especially one between commercial companies
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The friendly, cooperative and supportive relationship between people or animals
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A feeling of affinity or rapport with someone or a group of people
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A state of peace and harmony, typically marking a break or end in conflict
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Peace agreement
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The reestablishment of cordial relations, particularly between two countries
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A pronunciation of letters and syllables which is pleasing to the ear
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A judgment or verdict arrived at after consideration
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To give or award something to someone, especially publicly or formally
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“The fact that they were prepared to hand control of what houses there were to Elfrida had the potential to accord her with a good deal of power.”
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To correspond or be in harmony with
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“That contention, however, does not accord with the facts.”
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To comply with a rule or law
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To adapt to, or bring into accord with, a given environment or standard
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To be in harmony of opinion or statement
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To represent in a particular style
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To express approval or agreement
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To be part of, in the proper place
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To do something that one regards as below one's dignity or level of importance
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To attribute or ascribe a property, quality or value to someone or something
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To pay (someone) for services rendered or work done
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To counteract or equal the effect or importance of
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