Concord

Concord,

Definition of Concord:

  1. Agreement between words in gender, number, case, person, or any other grammatical category which affects the forms of the words.

  2. A chord that is pleasing or satisfactory in itself.

  3. Amicable agreement between two or more entities or organizations, specially among nations. Opposite of discord. Also called concordance. See also concordat.

  4. Agreement or harmony between people or groups.

Synonyms of Concord

Agreement, Harmony, Accord, Consensus, Concurrence, Unity, Unanimity, Unison, Oneness, NATO, SEATO, Acclamation, Accord, Accordance, Affinity, Agape, Agreement, Agreement of all, Alliance, Amity, Arpeggio, Arrangement, Array, Assent, Attune, Attunement, Bipartisanship, Bonds of harmony, Broken chord, Brotherly love, Calmness, Capitulation, Caritas, Cartel, Cement of friendship, Charity, Chime, Chiming, Chord, Chorus, Coaction, Coadjuvancy, Coadministration, Coagency, Cochairmanship, Codirectorship, Coherence, Coincide, Coincidence, Collaboration, Collaborativeness, Collectivism, Collusion, Comity, Commensalism, Common assent, Common chord, Common consent, Common effort, Common enterprise, Communalism, Communion, Communism, Communitarianism, Community, Community of interests, Compatibility, Complicity, Concento, Concentus, Concert, Concordance, Concordat, Concur, Concurrence, Conformance, Conformation, Conformity, Congeniality, Congruence, Congruency, Congruity, Consensus, Consensus gentium, Consensus of opinion, Consensus omnium, Consent, Consentaneity, Consistency, Consonance, Consonancy, Consonant chord, Consort, Convention, Cooperation, Cooperativeness, Correspondence, Deployment, Diapason, Diminished seventh chord, Disposal, Disposition, Dominant chord, Duet, Duumvirate, Ecumenicalism, Ecumenicism, Ecumenism, Empathy, Enharmonic, Entente, Entente cordiale, Equivalence, Esprit, Esprit de corps, Euphony, Feeling of identity, Fellow feeling, Fellowship, Formation, Frictionlessness, Friendship, General acclamation, General agreement, General consent, General voice, Good vibes, Good vibrations, Goodwill, Happy family, Harmonics, Harmonize, Harmony, Heavy harmony, Homophony, Identity, International agreement, Intersection, Joining of forces, Joint effort, Joint operation, Kinship, Layout, League, Like-mindedness, Lineup, Love, Major triad, Marshaling, Mass action, Meeting of minds, Minor chord, Monochord, Monody, Morale, Mutual assistance, Mutual understanding, Mutual-defense treaty, Mutualism, Mutuality, Nonaggression pact, Octet, One accord, One voice, Oneness, Order, Organization, Overlap, Pact, Paction, Parallelism, Peace, Placidity, Pooling, Pooling of resources, Proportion, Pulling together, Quartet, Quiet, Quietude, Quintet, Rapport, Rapprochement, Reciprocity, Regularity, Routine, Same mind, Self-consistency, Septet, Serenity, Setup, Seventh chord, Sextet, Sharing, Single voice, Sixth chord, Solidarity, Structure, Symbiosis, Symmetry, Sympathy, Symphony, Sync, Synchronism, Synchronization, Synergism, Synergy, System, Tally, Team spirit, Teamwork, Three-part harmony, Timing, Tonic triad, Total agreement, Tranquillity, Treaty, Triad, Trio, Triumvirate, Troika, Tune, Unanimity, Unanimousness, Unbroken chord, Understanding, Uniformity, Union, Unison, Unisonance, United action, Unity, Universal agreement

How to use Concord in a sentence?

  1. On the words ‘No sense was stung’ the minim triads again banish the clumping quavers, though this time the triads are no simple concords, but a dominant seventh of E major followed by an F triad that is simultaneously major and minor.
  2. Notional concord stands in contrast to grammatical concord and means agreement by meaning rather than grammar, where the two are in conflict.
  3. A pact of peace and concord.

Meaning of Concord & Concord Definition