concord[ kon-kawrd, kong- ]SEE DEFINITION OF concord
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONCORD
Why, Jim, they've got more hogs up Concord way than they know what to do with.
Another summer should bring Concord, surely, and perhaps Plymouth too.
He was born in Concord, Massachusetts, on the 12th of July, 1817.
Then in our city the language of harmony and concord will be more often heard than in any other.
Now, even that was revealed to be in concord with his herculean bulk.
And 'Concorde' is enough like Concord, Mass., to make me remember the name.
Observe how close the concord is between substantive and adjective.
Is it not then reasonable that out of agreement should spring concord rather than discord?
Moreover, you know that concord is a great happiness in a State.
In June, '71, the Democratic rule gained the ascendency at Concord.