SYNONYMS | EXAMPLES | WORD ORIGIN noun agreement between persons, groups, nations, etc.; concurrence in attitudes, feelings, etc.; unanimity; accord: There was complete concord among the delegates. agreement between things; mutual fitness; harmony. peace; amity. a treaty; compact; covenant. . Music a stable, harmonious combination of tones; a chord requiring no resolution. Origin of concord 1250–1300; Middle English concorde
) harmonious (
-ia -ia Related forms con·cord·al, adjective Concord [ kong-kerd for 1, 2, 5, 6; kon-kawrd, kong- for 3, 4; for 5, 6 also kon-kawrd, kong-] noun a town in E Massachusetts, NW of Boston: second battle of the Revolution fought here April 19, 1775. a city in W California, near San Francisco. a city in and the capital of New Hampshire, in the S part. a city in central North Carolina. a sweet red wine with a strong grapelike taste, made from the Concord grape. noun a state in the NE United States. 9304 sq. mi. (24,100 sq. km). : Concord. Capital : NH (for use with zip code), N.H. Abbreviation one of an American breed of chestnut-red chickens raised for meat and eggs. Related forms New Hamp·shir·ite , [ hamp-sh uh-rahyt] /ˈhæmp ʃəˌraɪt/ New Hamp·shire·man, noun
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Related Words for concord unison
tune Examples from the Web for concord Contemporary Examples of concord
That ‘anyplace past
Concord’ faces the exact same set of issues.
Palace, for those unfamiliar with the series, is a still wet-behind-the-ears detective in
Concord, New Hampshire.
The beach parking lot was someplace out near the Lexington and
America is in urgent need of more stringent gun control laws, as the British discovered at Lexington and
A condo six blocks away from
Concord Baptist church recently sold for $1.04 million. Historical Examples of concord
Why, Jim, they've got more hogs up
Concord way than they know what to do with.
Another summer should bring
Concord, surely, and perhaps Plymouth too.
He was born in
Concord, Massachusetts, on the 12th of July, 1817.
Then in our city the language of harmony and
concord will be more often heard than in any other.
Now, even that was revealed to be in
concord with his herculean bulk. British Dictionary definitions for concord noun agreement or harmony between people or nations; amity a treaty establishing peaceful relations between nations agreement or harmony between things, ideas, etc music a combination of musical notes, esp one containing a series of consonant intervals Compare discord (def. 3) Word Origin for concord
C13: from Old French
concorde, from Latin concordia, from concors of the same mind, harmonious, from com- same + cor heart noun a town in NE Massachusetts: scene of one of the opening military actions (1775) of the War of American Independence. Pop: 16 937 (2003 est) a city in New Hampshire, the state capital: printing, publishing. Pop: 41 823 (2003 est) noun a state of the northeastern US: generally hilly. Capital: Concord. Pop: 1 287 687 (2003 est). Area: 23 379 sq km (9027 sq miles) Abbreviation: N.H., (with zip code) NH
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Word Origin and History for concord n.
early 14c., from Old French
concorde (12c.) "concord, harmony, agreement, treaty," from Latin concordia "agreement, union," from concors (genitive concordis) "of the same mind," literally "hearts together," from com- "together" (see com-) + cor "heart" (see heart).
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State in the northeastern United States; one of the
New England states. Bordered by Quebec, Canada, to the north; Maine to the east; Massachusetts to the south; and Vermont to the west. Its capital is Concord, and its largest city is Manchester.
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