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Use "concordant" in a sentence
"It was clear to a mind so acute as Bruno's that the dogmas of the Church were correlated to a view of the world which had been superseded; and he drew the logical inference that they were at bottom but poetical and popular adumbrations of the Deity in terms concordant with erroneous physical notions."
"Overall, the Knights Templar is a "concordant" body of the Masons."
"Still, how strangely concordant that the French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson and his American counterpart Paul Strand should both have been roaming Mexico's ancient towns at roughly the same time, unbeknownst to one another."