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accord

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of accord

  1. 1 a formal agreement between two or more nations or peoples <hoped to bring about a peace accord between the warring nations> Synonyms treaty, alliance, compact, convention, covenant, pactRelated Words entente, entente cordiale; bargain, bond, charter, concord, contract, deal, settlement, understanding; projet

  2. 2 a state of consistency <this undated map doesn't seem to be in accord with the current layout of the streets> Synonyms conformity, accordance, agreement, conformance, congruence, congruency, congruity, consonance, harmony, tuneRelated Words compatibility; assimilation, integration; oneness, solidarity, togetherness; affinity, empathy, sympathyNear Antonyms contrast, discrepancy, disparateness, disparity, dissimilarity, distinction, distinctiveness, distinctness, diverseness, diversity, unlikeness; deviance, divergence; discord, discordance, dissension (also dissention), dissent, dissidence, disunity, friction, strife; variability, variance; incompatibilityAntonyms conflict, disagreement, incongruence, incongruity, incongruousness

  3. 3 an arrangement about action to be taken <the judges have reached an accord: the match will have to be replayed> Synonyms agreement, bargain, compact, contract, convention, covenant, deal, disposition, pact, settlement, understandingRelated Words charter, treaty; binder, pledge, promise; alliance, association, entente, entente cordiale, league, partnership; acceptance, approval, assent, concurrence, consent, OK (or okay)

  4. 4 the state of being of one opinion about something <is everyone in accord about where to go for lunch?> Synonyms agreement, concurrence, concurrency, consensus, unanimity, unisonRelated Words accession, adhesion, assent, assentation, consent; acceptance, acquiescence, concession, embrace, embracement; approbation, approval, favor; alliance, collaboration, collusion, complicity, conspiracy; compliance, concert, concertedness, concord, concordance, conformity, consonance, harmony, oneness, solidarity, understanding, union; empathy, rapport, sympathyNear Antonyms discord, dissension (also dissention); dissent, opposition, resistance; disapprobation, disapproval, disfavorAntonyms conflict, disagreement, dissensus

  5. 5 the act or power of making one's own choices or decisions <did not move to a different workstation of her own accord> Synonyms free will, autonomy, choice, self-determination, volition, willRelated Words election, preference, selection; bent, devices, disposition, inclination, leaning, partiality, penchant, predilection, predisposition, proclivity, propensity, tendency; alternative, discretion, option, pick, wayNear Antonyms coercion, compulsion, constraint, duress, force, pressure




accord

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of accord

  1. 1 to be in agreement on every point <claims that the newspaper's quote does not accord with what he actually said> Synonyms check, agree, answer, chord, cohere, coincide, comport, conform, consist, correspond, dovetail, fit, go, harmonize, jibe, rhyme (also rime), sort, square, tallyRelated Words equal, match, parallel; align (also aline), line up, registerNear Antonyms contradict, dispute, gainsay; negate, nullify; clash, conflict, jarAntonyms differ (from), disagree (with)

  2. 2 to give the ownership or benefit of (something) formally or publicly <women were finally accorded the right to vote in 1920> Synonyms confer, award, grant, vestRelated Words bestow, contribute, donate, give, present, show; furnish, provide, supply; extend, offer, proffer; allocate, appropriate, assign; appoint, designate, dub, fix, name, setNear Antonyms abort, call, call off, drop, recall, repeal, rescind, revoke; abrogate, annul, invalidate, nullify, void, write off; recant, retract, take back, withdraw





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