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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of concord.
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In this way Paul was to be commended for sowing discord among those who concorded together in evil, because
"Hear, hear!" concorded Stringer, gloomily sipping hot rum.
Being more sentimental than artistic, however, she did not perceive how imperfectly the sweet Italian Ginevra concorded with the strong Scotch Galbraith.