concord

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con·cord

noun \ˈkän-ˌkrd, ˈkäŋ-\

: a state in which people or things agree with each other and exist together in a peaceful way

grammar : a state in which the different parts of a sentence or phrase agree with each other

Full Definition of CONCORD

1
a :  a state of agreement :  harmony
b :  a simultaneous occurrence of two or more musical tones that produces an impression of agreeableness or resolution on a listener — compare discord
2
:  agreement by stipulation, compact, or covenant
3
:  grammatical agreement

Examples of CONCORD

  1. <living in concord with people of different races and religions>

Origin of CONCORD

Middle English, from Anglo-French concorde, from Latin concordia, from concord-, concors agreeing, from com- + cord-, cor heart — more at heart
First Known Use: 14th century

Con·cord

geographical name

Definition of CONCORD

1
\ˈkän-ˌkrd, ˈkäŋ-\ city W California NE of Oakland pop 122,067
2
\ˈkäŋ-kərd\ town E Massachusetts NW of Boston pop 17,668
3
\ˈkäŋ-kərd\ city of New Hampshire on the Merrimack pop 42,695
4
\ˈkän-ˌkrd, ˈkäŋ-\ city S cen North Carolina pop 79,066

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