Middle English concordauntfrom Old French concordantfrom Latin concordānsconcordant-present participle ofconcordāreto agreefromconcorsconcord-agreeingconcord
curse of party-warfare, setting city against city, house against house, and rendering concordant action for a national end impossible.
A few concordant determinations of density having been effected, the question was at first regarded as disposed of, until the thought occurred that it might be desirable to try also the more usual method of preparation in which the oxygen is removed by actual oxidation of copper without the aid of ammonia.
i., 1902); he has obtained a fairly concordant result for the broods of parthenogenetic Daphnia (Proc. Roy.
concordant approach to medicine taking.
The respective relations of pope and emperor, ill-defined in the compact between Charles the Great and Leo III., were brought in question, and Che two chief potentates -of Christendom, no longer tacitly concordant, stood against each other in irreconcilable rivalry.