accord with


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accord with

To match or agree with something. The suspect's statement does not accord with the information witnesses have given us.
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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?
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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.