Being in agreement or harmony; consonant.(adjective)
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Use "accordant" in a sentence
"Villejo, expressed in terms accordant with his humane and honorable conduct towards his illustrious prisoner."
"Trump is making clear he had nothing to do with a mysterious poll in New Hampshire that, accordant to TIME Magazine, asked Granite State voters about a potential Trump presidential bid."
"As Douthat put it, abortion is like 7th-degree homicide, and the laws to punish abortion should be laws accordant with 7th-degree homicide."