- concord of sound, voices, etc.; harmony.
Origin of concent
Examples from the Web for concent
Historical Examples of concent
Concent, kon-sent′, n. a harmony or concord of sounds: concert of voices.
The latter is more probable, as Purchas observes that the Consent kept no concent with her consorts.
In 1588 he published his first work, "a little book of great pains," entitled A Concent of Scripture.
- archaic a concord, as of sounds, voices, etc