- agreeing; harmonious.
Origin of concordant
Examples from the Web for concordant
This must be regarded with some suspicion, as the data were not concordant.On Laboratory Arts
Their united testimony is so concordant that it is altogether irresistible.Political Women (Vol. 1 of 2)
The temperaments of the breeding couple ought to be concordant.Schenk's Theory: The Determination of Sex
Samuel Leopold Schenk
Sometimes these two Executives are concordant, sometimes discordant.The Trial of Theodore Parker
Nay, sweet Mistress Tickleman, be concordant; reverence antiquity.A Select Collection of Old English Plays (11 of 15)
W. Carew Hazlitt
- being in agreement: harmonious
Word Origin and History for concordant
late 15c. of persons, 1510s of things, 1550s of music, from French concordant, from Latin concordantem, present participle of concordare (see concord). Related: Concordantly.