accordant accordant


  1. (adj) being in agreement or harmony; often followed by `with'
  2. (adj) in keeping


  1. My ideal is to produce a work which shall be strictly accordant with the available documentary evidence, but shall none the less bear the imprint of an imaginative recreation.
  2. Accordant with the present invention, a food supplement formulation has been discoverd which is particularly useful as a human dietary supplement.
  3. Her remarks are nothing but political eyewash since it is not accordant with common sense that one fifth of the candidates should be excellent in this area of work.



  1. "We try to do general press for a general readership," said Obama. "I guess my point would be that the fact that I'm raising issues accordant to the LGBT community in a general audience rather than just treating you like a special interest...
    on Apr 10, 2008 By: Barack Obama Source: pride

  2. Mr Ong said: "We need to have adequate personnel in an institutionalised environment, where year-to-year things change, but the basic policy pursued will be in accordant with the plan laid down. So it may be necessary for our leaders to think...
    on Nov 22, 2007 By: Ong Keng Yong Source: Channel News Asia

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