NounAccord (plural Accords)
- Agreement or concurrence of opinion, will, or action.
- A harmony in sound, pitch and tone; concord.
- Agreement or harmony of things in general.
- (law) An agreement between parties in controversy, by which satisfaction for an injury is stipulated, and which, when executed, prevents a lawsuit.
- (law, international relations) An international agreement.
- (transitive) To make to agree or correspond; to suit one thing to another; to adjust.
- (transitive) To bring (people) to an agreement; to reconcile, settle, adjust or harmonize.
- (intransitive) To agree or correspond; to be in harmony.
- (intransitive) To agree in pitch and tone.
- (transitive) (dated or law) To grant as suitable or proper; to concede or award.
Adjectives for Accord
complete; mutual; enthusiastic; technical; sweet; voluntary; sensual; solid; simple; superficial; perfect; generous; hearty; tumultuous; universal; widespread; peaceful; temporary; lasting; harmonious.
Adverbs for Accord
generously; universally; genially; voluntarily; willingly; grudgingly; superficially; beneficently; gladly; intelligently; benevolently; reasonably; magnanimously; graciously; impartially; altruistically; benignly.
Synonyms for Accord
- (concurrence of opinion): consent, assent
- allow, agree, admit, acquiesce, harmonize, concede, give, grant, permit.
Antonyms for Accord
- (verb) refuse, disallow, contend, challenge, oppose, disagree, relinquish, controvert, dispute, question, argue, antagonize.
- (noun) disagreement, refusal, opposition, dissension, strife.
OK; accede to; accept; acceptance; acclamation; accommodate; accommodate with; accommodation; accord to; accordance; acquiescence; adapt; adapt to; adaptation; adaption; addition; adjunct; adjust; adjust to; adjustment; administer; admit; affairs; affiliation; affinity; affirmation; affirmative; affirmative voice; afford; agree; agree in opinion; agree to; agree with; agreement; agreement of all; alliance; allot; allow; answer to; approbation; approval; approve; approve of; approximation; arrangement; assemblage; assent; assimilate; assimilate to; associate; association; assonate; assort with; atone; attune; attunement; award; aye; bargain; be consistent; be guided by; be harmonious; be in cahoots; be in tune; be of one; be uniform with; be willing; bend; bestow; bestow on; binding agreement; blend; blessing; bond; cartel; cessation of combat; check; chime; chime in with; chiming; chord; chorus; close with; closeness; coact; coadunate; cohere; coherence; coincide; coincidence; collaborate; collective agreement; collude; combination; combine; common assent; common consent; communicate; compact; compatibility; compliance; comply; comply with; compose; concentus; concert; concord; concordance; concur; concurrence; condescend; confer; conform; conform to; conform with; conformance; conformation; conformation other-direction; conformity; congeniality; congruence; congruency; congruity; conjoin; connectedness; connection; connivance; connive; connive at; consensus; consensus gentium; consensus of opinion; consensus omnium; consent; consent to silently; consentaneity; consist with; consistency; consonance; consonancy; consort; consortium; conspire; contiguity; contract; contrariety; convention; conventionality; cooperate; cooperation; coordinate; correct; correspond; correspondence; cotton to; covenant; covenant of salt; cut to; deal; deal out; dealings; deduction; deign; diapason; dicker; discipline; dish out; disjunction; dispense; ditto; dole; dole out; donate; dovetail; eagerness; echo; empathize; employment contract; endorse; endorsement; equalize; equivalence; euphony; exemption from hostilities; extend; fall in together; fall in with; filiation; fit; fit together; fix; flexibility; follow; fork out; formal agreement; freedom from war; gear to; general acclamation; general agreement; general consent; general voice; get along; get along with; get on with; gift; gift with; give; give consent; give freely; give leave; give out; give permission; give the go-ahead; give the word; go along with; go by; go together; go with; grant; hand out; hang together; happen together; harmonics; harmonize; harmonize with; harmony; have no objection; heap; heavy harmony; help to; hit; hold together; hold with; homologate; homologize; homology; homophony; identify with; impart; interchange; intercourse; interlock; intersect; intersection; intimacy; ironclad agreement; issue; jibe; join; junction; keeping; key to; lavish; leave; legal agreement; legal contract; let; let have; liaison; liberty in tranquillity; like-mindedness; line; link; linkage; linking; lock; make conform; make plumb; make possible; make uniform; malleability; match; measure; meet; meeting of minds; melodize; mete; mete out; mold; monochord; monody; musicalize; mutual agreement; mutual attraction; mutual understanding; nearness; nod; nod assent; not refuse; obedience; observance; observe; offer; okay; one accord; one voice; oneness; orthodoxy; overlap; pact; paction; parallel; parallelism; pax; peace; peacetime; permission; permit; pliancy; pour; present; proffer; promise; promptitude; promptness; propinquity; proportion; protocol; proximity; put in tune; rain; rapport; ratification; ratify; readiness; reciprocate; reconcile; reconcilement; reconciliation; rectify; register; register with; regulate; relatedness; relation; relations; relationship; release; render; respond to; right; rub off corners; same mind; sanction; say aye; say the word; say yes; self-consistency; serve; set; set right; settle; shape; shell out; shower; side with; similarity; similarize; sing in chorus; single voice; slip; snow; sort with; sound in tune; sound together; square; square with; stand together; stipulation; straighten; strictness; strike in with; submission; suit; symmetry; sympathize; sympathy; symphonize; symphony; sync; synchronism; synchronization; synchronize; synergize; tailor; take kindly to; tally; tally with; tender; three-part harmony; tie; tie-in; timing; total agreement; traditionalism; transaction; treaty; trim to; true; true up; tune; unanimity; unanimousness; understand one another; understanding; ungrudgingness; uniformity; union; union contract; unison; unisonance; unite; universal agreement; unloathness; unreluctance; valid contract; vote affirmatively; vote aye; vouchsafe; wage contract; willingness; wink at; yield; yield assent
From Middle English acord, accord, acorden, accorden, through Old French acort, acorde, and acorder (compare modern French accord and accorder), and in turn from Late Latin accordō, formed from Latin ad + cordis (“heart”).
Accord m. (plural Accords)