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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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