concordance

[ kon-kawr-dns, kuh n- ]SEE DEFINITION OF concordance

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONCORDANCE

The Concordance was, however, rescued from an untimely fate.

She brought the concordance and found there was no reference to omnipresence.

The purchaser gets not only a Concordance, but also a Bible, in this volume.

It is a concordance to all literature; not of words, but of phrases.

These can readily be hunted out with the help of a concordance.

And the concordance is not an ordinary one of words and names.

He will come back, murmured Chavvy, in concordance with her leitmotif.

What concordance was it that required to be established thus?

She spent an hour or two going over her Bible and concordance.

There is a concordance to the plays and fragments by H. Dunbar .

WORD ORIGIN

late 14c., "alphabetical arrangement of all the words in a book" (especially the Bible), from Old French concordance (12c.) "agreement, harmony," from Late Latin concordantia, from concordantem (nominative concordans; see concord). Originally a citation of parallel passages. Literal meaning "fact of agreeing" attested in English from mid-15c.

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