from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Same as accordance, but less used.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • noun rare Accordance.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun rare accordance - Paley


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  • That there is more than this accordancy of will and affection in the Divine subsistence of the Father, the Son, and the

    Some Facts of Religion and of Life: Sermons Preached before Her Majesty the Queen in Scotland, 1866-76.

  • Thirdly: The religious rites and usages that prevailed amongst the early disciples of Christianity were such as belonged to, and sprung out of, the narrative now in our hands; which accordancy shows, that it was the narrative upon which these persons acted, and which they had received from their teachers.

    Evidence of Christianity

  • The general agreement of the description with the event, viz. with the ruin of the Jewish nation, and the capture of Jerusalem under Vespasian, thirty-six years after Christ's death, is most evident; and the accordancy in various articles of detail and circumstances has been shown by many learned writers.

    Evidence of Christianity

  • The reader will perceive the accordancy of these accounts in various particulars.

    Evidence of Christianity


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