from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Harmonious; agreeing.
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- adj. Agreeing; correspondent; harmonious; consonant; in keeping with; agreeable with; concordant with; concordant to
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Agreeing; correspondent; harmonious; consonant.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Agreeing; agreeable; correspondent; suitable; harmonious.
- In music, consisting of a concord, or having the effect of one. See concord, 3, and consonant, a., 1.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. in keeping
- adj. being of the same opinion
It was clear to a mind so acute as Bruno's that the dogmas of the Church were correlated to a view of the world which had been superseded; and he drew the logical inference that they were at bottom but poetical and popular adumbrations of the Deity in terms concordant with erroneous physical notions.
Overall, the Knights Templar is a "concordant" body of the Masons.
Still, how strangely concordant that the French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson and his American counterpart Paul Strand should both have been roaming Mexico's ancient towns at roughly the same time, unbeknownst to one another.
To opine for 427 words (yes, I counted) about the war's deep costs to our economy and the concordant need to limit it's impact and then try to get away with redefining your promise to as little as a two-percent cost reduction qualifies as used-car hucksterism of the lowest sort -- the kind that tricks people into a product that kills lots of people and leaves the survivors broke.
So concordant with the air in this place, with the breath from her body, he isn't sure that he can breathe on the other side.
Rather, what makes this group special is the way it forges a sweetly concordant sound from a set of significantly different voice types.
This reflects perhaps a culture of neutrality in matters that are religious, which is seen to be in the spirit of Alfred Nobel himself, and is very concordant with a Norwegian discretion about religious allegiance.
That most painful time of our history, and the concordant suffering of both the victims of the war and the tragedy of the post-war African-American experience, should be studied and brought to the fore.
Regardless of other issues that a nuclear conflict short of a massive exchange would cause (such as damage to the nation's electronic infrastructure from electromagnetic pulses from the blasts to even a small amount of nuclear soot being shoved into the atmosphere, and the concordant drop in global temperatures, etc.), no minor nuclear power could destroy the United States without a massive, nation-ending counterattack from the Americans.
The Eastern Cascades Forest ecoregion delineated in this assessment is concordant with Omernik's ecoregion #9.