accordant

adjective ac·cor·dant \ -dᵊnt \
Updated on: 22 Mar 2018

Definition of accordant

accordantly

adverb

Examples of accordant in a Sentence

  1. a decision accordant with previous policy regarding unpaid leave

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Origin and Etymology of accordant

Middle English acordaunt, acordant, borrowed from Anglo-French acordant, accordant, from present participle of acorder "to 1accord"


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