Agreement or concurrence of opinion, will, or action. (noun)
To make to agree or correspond; to suit one thing to another; to adjust. (verb)
Examples of word accord
Champ an 'stick up for him too; he's good blood, an' ef he did go under for a spell, he ain't no worse 'n the rest, nor half ez bad; for Champ went in _of his own accord -- of his own accord_, "he repeated significantly," an' don't you forget thet, Aileen!
He said this accord is an important step, the RHDP is now a reality and soon will be a single, unified party.
The Committee attaches importance to the fact that the accord is the result of responsible cooperation between the five signatory states.
But, this thinking is not in accord with the mind of the Church and fails to understand how the actions of the liturgy connect to doctrine and pass on the Faith; it also fails to recognize the importance of the experiential aspect of human learning.
Now that the new translation of the Missale Romanum is almost complete, ICEL will be moving on to new translation projects (for example, the texts for the other sacraments) and will continue to work in accord with Liturgiam Authenticam.
At the same time, he expects other countries to act more in accord with their sentiments than their interests.
You guys demanded NOT ONLY that he turn things around on a dime, but that he also do it in accord with your own twisted values.
The Republican party has so many core values, (none of which are in accord with mine), it is hard to say.
I find it in accord with all observable principles of the known universe, save one.