accord with


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accord with something

to agree with or match up with something; to jibe with something. Does this accord with what you heard?
See also: accord
References in classic literature ?
He who leadeth his sheep to the greenest pasture, shall always be for me the best shepherd: so doth it accord with good sleep.
Well, since officials differ in rank, and every official demands that he shall be allowed to abuse his fellow officials in proportion to his rank, it follows that the TONE also of official abuse should become divided into ranks, and thus accord with the natural order of things.
The Moral Law causes the people to be in complete accord with their ruler, so that they will follow him regardless of their lives, undismayed by any danger.
Let us now see whether the several facts and rules relating to the geological succession of organic beings, better accord with the common view of the immutability of species, or with that of their slow and gradual modification, through descent and natural selection.
Yet Jimmy Carter should be mortified to be connected in any way with the Clinton-era nuclear accord with North Korea, particularly considering North Korea's admission that it has clandestinely continued its nuclear weapons program.
Tenet's accord with SEIU and AFSCME is distinctly different from organizing agreements in place with other major providers in California.