concordant[ kon-kawr-dnt, kuh n- ]SEE DEFINITION OF concordant
Synonyms for concordant
- in tune
Antonyms for concordant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONCORDANT
This must be regarded with some suspicion, as the data were not concordant.
Their united testimony is so concordant that it is altogether irresistible.
The temperaments of the breeding couple ought to be concordant.
Sometimes these two Executives are concordant, sometimes discordant.
Nay, sweet Mistress Tickleman, be concordant; reverence antiquity.
All these form a kind of continuous series, and illustrate the structure of the personality in concordant ways.
Concordant sounds, the highest and the lowest, agree in such way that if one of them happens to dissonate it offends the ear.
And with this concordant song of gratitude to God, the third session of the Vatican Council was appropriately closed.
Why, in the latter case, should there be absence of thought instead of a union of two or several thoughts, concordant or contrary?
Now a recollection thus precise and concordant cannot be a myth voluntarily invented.
late 15c. of persons, 1510s of things, 1550s of music, from French concordant, from Latin concordantem, present participle of concordare (see concord). Related: Concordantly.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONCORDANT
- associated with
- conjoined with
- coupled with
- in tempo
- in time
- in accord
- in chorus
- in concert
- in harmony
- in step
- in tune
- in unison
- of one mind
- on same wavelength