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Synonyms for accord

grant

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accord with something

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  • agree with
  • match
  • coincide with
  • fit with
  • square with
  • correspond with
  • conform with
  • concur with
  • tally with
  • be in tune with
  • harmonize with
  • assent with

of your own accord

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with one accord

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Synonyms for accord

to come to an understanding or to terms

to be compatible or in correspondence

to let have as a favor, prerogative, or privilege

to give formally or officially

pleasing agreement, as of musical sounds

an act or state of agreeing between parties regarding a course of action

a formal, usually written settlement between nations

Synonyms for accord

concurrence of opinion

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a written agreement between two states or sovereigns

sympathetic compatibility

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allow to have

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References in classic literature ?
Until we reach the headquarters of Tal Hajus it is the will of Lorquas Ptomel that you be accorded the respect your acts have earned you.
He had approached them in such innocent good fellowship and with such childlike assurance of a hospitable welcome that the reception which had been accorded him had proved a shock to his boyish ideals.
That evening the three Musketeers were informed of the honor accorded them.
Caligula or Nero, those treasure-seekers, those desirers of the impossible, would have accorded to the poor wretch, in exchange for his wealth, the liberty he so earnestly prayed for.
The prince assigned the Count de Guiche to his father and kept Bragelonne near his own person; but the two young men sought the privilege of passing the night together and it was accorded them.
The tale, however, towards the close of their lengthened lives, did not meet with the full credence that had been accorded to it by those who remembered the ancient lustre of the gem.