Etymology
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accordant (adj.)

"corresponding, conformable," early 14c., from Old French acordant "agreeing with," from Medieval Latin accordantem (nominative accordans), present participle of accordare "agree," from Vulgar Latin (see accord (v.)). Related: Accordantly.

updated on October 16, 2016

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Definitions of accordant from WordNet

accordant (adj.)
being in agreement or harmony; often followed by `with'; "a place perfectly accordant with man's nature"-Thomas Hardy;
accordant (adj.)
in keeping;
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