It has been accordant with transitory Semblance; discordant with eternal Fact.
The two sections are accordant, and identical in their provisions.
But this would appear to be too abstract, and not so accordant with ordinary concepts.
Which of these views may be most accordant with truth, may admit of discussion.
If you visit them you will see everything is accordant with the great shrine you have left.
In this there would seem a strange instinct, accordant with her extreme susceptibility to contamination.
Great credit is given to the accordant testimony of witnesses who have come together from distant parts of the world.
The view taken of this subject by Robertson, in his History of America, to us, seems most accordant with truth.
If we can, then blot out that expression so accordant with common sentiment, "God made the country, and man the town."
His was evidently a soul attuned to harmonies, quick to discern any accordant or discordant strains.