[ kon-kawr-dee-uh ]


  1. the ancient Roman goddess of harmony or peace.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of Concordia1

From Latin; concord

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Example Sentences

When her family told Concordia administrators about the incident, they declined to investigate, her mother said.

Concordia spokeswoman Jane Ponton said in an email the school has a zero-tolerance policy for violations of its code of conduct and sexual harassment policy.

Shortly before the Concordia crashed, Schettino can be heard on the audiotape telling the helmsman to turn again.

But even the Costa Concordia tragedy has its own subtle racism.

None of this is to say that the wreck and salvage of the Costa Concordia should have received less attention.

I have covered the Costa Concordia since it ran aground in 2012, and I have covered many migrant shipwrecks in Italy, too.

In the 30 months since the Costa Concordia capsized, killing 32 people, nearly 2,000 migrants have drowned in the Mediterranean.

Such an alliance would indeed be, as Kettlewell expressed it, 'concordia discors.'

He was the guest of honor at the Concordia Club soon after his arrival, and the great ones of Vienna assembled to do him honor.

Another railway line follows the Uruguay from Concordia northward into Corrientes.

Quid ea concordia aliud esset quam nat jam et divulgat luci obducere nubem.

I demanded of the impassive Chinese steward who served me liquid refreshment at the Concordia Club.


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