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Verb: accord  u'kord
  1. Go well together
    "The colours don't accord";
    - harmonize, harmonise [Brit], consort, concord, fit in, agree
  2. Let have; give the right to; give the opportunity or permission to
    "Mandela was accorded few visitors in prison";
    - allow, grant, allot
Noun: accord  u'kord
  1. Harmony of people's opinions, actions or characters
    "the two parties were in accord";
    - agreement, concert
  2. Concurrence of opinion
    "we are in accord with your proposal";
    - conformity, accordance
  3. A formal agreement between two or more states
    "they signed a nonaggression accord";
    - treaty, pact
  4. Sympathetic compatibility
  5. (law) an agreement between parties

Derived forms: accorded, according, accords

Type of: agree, agreement, check, compatibility, concord, concordance, correspond, fit, gibe, give, harmony, jibe, marry, marry up, match, symphony, tally, written agreement

Antonym: dissension

Encyclopedia: Accord, New York