Thesaurus / accordant
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The view taken of this subject by Robertson, in his History of America, to us, seems most accordant with truth.

And now they rise in triumphant acclamation, heaving higher and higher their accordant notes and piling sound on sound.

But what the circumstance, or how accordant with the works of God, is far beyond the fathom and the height of our capacity.

But if all these measures had been accordant with the ideas of that age, they would have been defeated by its passions.

Personally, he favored a short and summary proceeding, accordant to his own decided character.

The Life of Nelson, Vol. II. (of 2)A. T. (Alfred Thayer) Mahan

Drake's plan appears to have been most judicious: it was at least accordant with his character, downright and daring.

It has been accordant with transitory Semblance; discordant with eternal Fact.

Past and PresentThomas Carlyle

Yola gave her willing promise to keep an appointment so accordant to her inclinations.

The MaroonMayne Reid

The crease is usually parallel to the ridges between which it runs, but is often far from accordant with the line c.

Finger PrintsFrancis Galton

If we can, then blot out that expression so accordant with common sentiment, "God made the country, and man the town."

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