Concordance

Concordance,

Definition of Concordance:

  1. Alternative term for concord.

  2. Alphabetical listing of principal words in a literary work, indicating their contexts and, sometimes, their meaning.

  3. Make a concordance of (a text).

  4. An alphabetical list of the words (especially the important ones) present in a text, usually with citations of the passages in which they are found.

  5. The inheritance by two related individuals (especially twins) of the same genetic characteristic, such as susceptibility to a disease.

  6. Agreement or consistency.

Synonyms of Concordance

Correspondence, Consistency, Compatibility, Conformity, Coincidence, Harmony, Concord, Accord, Accordance, Congruity, Acclamation, Accompaniment, Accord, Accordance, Affinity, Agape, Agreement, Agreement of all, Alliance, Amity, Assent, Association, Atlas, Attune, Attunement, Bipartisanship, Bonds of harmony, Brotherly love, Cahoots, Calendar, Caritas, Casebook, Catalog, Catalogue raisonne, Cement of friendship, Charity, Chime, Chiming, Chorus, City directory, Classified catalog, Co-working, Coaction, Coadjuvancy, Coadministration, Coagency, Cochairmanship, Codirectorship, Coherence, Coincidence, Collaboration, Collaborativeness, Collectivism, Collectivity, Collusion, Combination, Combined effort, Commensalism, Common assent, Common consent, Common effort, Common enterprise, Communalism, Communion, Communism, Communitarianism, Community, Community of interests, Compatibility, Complicity, Concentus, Concert, Concerted action, Concomitance, Concord, Concourse, Concurrence, Confluence, Conformance, Conformation, Conformity, Congeniality, Congruence, Congruency, Congruity, Conjunction, Consensus, Consensus gentium, Consensus of opinion, Consensus omnium, Consent, Consentaneity, Consilience, Consistency, Consonance, Consonancy, Consort, Conspiracy, Cooperation, Cooperativeness, Correspondence, Cyclopedia, Diapason, Diatesseron, Dictionary catalog, Directory, Duet, Duumvirate, Ecumenicalism, Ecumenicism, Ecumenism, Empathy, Encyclopedia, Equivalence, Esprit, Esprit de corps, Euphony, Feeling of identity, Fellow feeling, Fellowship, Frictionlessness, Gazetteer, General acclamation, General agreement, General consent, General voice, Good vibes, Good vibrations, Happy family, Harmonics, Harmony, Heavy harmony, Homophony, Identity, Index, Intersection, Joining of forces, Joint effort, Joint operation, Junction, Kinship, Like-mindedness, Love, Mass action, Meeting of minds, Monochord, Monody, Morale, Mutual assistance, Mutual understanding, Mutualism, Mutuality, Octet, One accord, One voice, Oneness, Overlap, Parallelism, Parasitism, Peace, Phone book, Polyglot, Pooling, Pooling of resources, Pulling together, Quartet, Quintet, Rapport, Rapprochement, Reciprocity, Record book, Reference book, Same mind, Saprophytism, Self-consistency, Septet, Sextet, Sharing, Simultaneity, Single voice, Solidarity, Source book, Studbook, Symbiosis, Symmetry, Sympathy, Symphony, Sync, Synchronism, Synchronization, Synergism, Synergy, Tally, Team spirit, Teamwork, Telephone book, Telephone directory, Three-part harmony, Timing, Total agreement, Trio, Triumvirate, Troika, Tune, Unanimity, Unanimousness, Understanding, Uniformity, Union, Unison, Unisonance, United action, Unity, Universal agreement, Work of reference

How to use Concordance in a sentence?

  1. His works are extremely well-known and have been concordanced.
  2. The concordance between the teams research results.
  3. A concordance to the Bible.
  4. But it is well recognised that twin concordances may be misleading unless the underlying prevalence of a disease is taken into account.

Meaning of Concordance & Concordance Definition