accordant

[uh-kawr-dnt]
adjective
agreeing; conforming; harmonious.

Origin:
1275–1325; Middle English acordant < Old French. See accord, -ant

accordantly, adverb
nonaccordant, adjective
nonaccordantly, adverb
unaccordant, adjective
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accordant (əˈkɔːdənt)
 
adj (and foll by with)
in conformity or harmony
 
ac'cordantly
 
adv

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Of leaf and creeping vine accordant with his thought.
The mighty pulse of nature bids him to sing, to voice his insight and his feeling in accordant rhythm.
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