in accord


: in complete agreement
His ideas and mine were completely/fully in accord.

Examples of in accord in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Hours later, American intelligence agencies declared that their information was in accord with the Israeli assessment. David Remnick, The New Yorker, 28 Oct. 2023 The ceremony was held at the New College of Florida, a public liberal arts college that was forced to alter its curriculum and programs in accord with the governor’s mandates. Melissa Gira Grant, The New Republic, 24 Oct. 2023 Both prosecutors and defense attorneys entered Wednesday's hearing in the federal courthouse on King Street in accord. Xerxes Wilson, USA TODAY, 26 July 2023 But Israeli and international law are in accord on a key point: Once a person is no longer a threat, they cannot be targeted with lethal force. Louisa Loveluck, Washington Post, 26 May 2023 This commitment is in accord not just with an egalitarian ethos but with public-health fundamentals: congregate settings are viral hot spots, which, left unchecked, threaten the health of those living in them and nearby. Dhruv Khullar, The New Yorker, 27 Jan. 2021 The Raiders implemented the change in accord with new directives from Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak regarding large events. Los Angeles Times, 17 Aug. 2021 One's reception of Communion is in accord with personal deliberation based on one's informed moral conscience. Father Edward Beck, CNN, 19 June 2021 Because of the ongoing nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, the mansion built a century ago by the late stage actor William Gillette remained closed throughout 2020 in accord with Connecticut’s official policy for all indoor facilities associated with state parks., 4 June 2021

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“In accord.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 20 May. 2024.

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