Definition of concord:
halt, take, comity, chord, congruity, retain, uniformity, jibe, fraternity, tally, defend, Lexington and Concord, keep, defy, confine, curb, correspondence, comradeship, obligate, complementation, consort, contain, obtain, concordance, sustain, construction, coincide, match, gibe, deem, lexington, fellowship, hold up, apply, admit, affiliate, withstand, prevail, view as, throw, harmony, collocation, correspond, check, chime, concur, grant, arrest, companionship, symmetry, comparison, make, associate, harmonize, reserve, unison, friendship, oblige, assort, carry, nurse, book, unity, harbour, control, have got, fit in, harbor, take hold, agree with, love, accord, hold in, moderate, collocate, togetherness, conjugate, consistency, agree, goodwill, declare, hold back, agreement, accommodate, restrain, capital of new hampshire, brotherhood, musical harmony, compatibility, politics, go for, have, rapport, run, take for, hold, reconcile, camaraderie, allot, harmonise, beautiful, symphony, adjudge, cohesion, maintain, conformity, keep back, give, bear, entertain, fit, convention, guard, support, bind, declension.
- agreement (part of speech: noun)
- melody (part of speech: noun)
- peace (part of speech: noun)
- co-operation (part of speech: noun)
- "A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Vol. VIII.", Robert Kerr.
Virtue, the foundation of public order and concord, could not but be encouraged in the subjects by a sagacious monarch; and vice, the indulgent mother of fraud and imposition, could not but be cultivated by a crafty and ambitious priest.- "Monks, Popes, and their Political Intrigues", John Alberger.
- "Cambridge Sketches", Frank Preston Stearns.