Noun Accordance Definition and Examples


Noun:

Accordance

Pronunciation:

/əˈkɔːd(ə)ns/

Definition:
1.

noun

In a manner conforming with.
  1. 'He could face trouble if it is proved his instructions to the rider were not in accordance with the rules of racing.'
  2. 'One way to determine this is to build a scale model in accordance with all the specifications.'
  3. 'We have sought to act in accordance with the principles we have set out earlier.'
  4. 'Equally, we do not doubt that prosecuting counsel would have acted in accordance with their duty.'
  5. 'I try to pay in as much as I can every year in accordance with the rules on how much you can invest relative to your income.'
  6. 'Private law issues must be decided in accordance with the rules of private law.'
  7. 'The composition of the committee is the same as above, and the voting is in accordance with that in the Council.'
  8. 'He would act at all times in accordance with the implied duty of trust and confidence.'
  9. 'It is assumed that solicitors will intend to act in accordance with their duty.'
  10. 'People often act in accordance with the images and patterns they find around them.'
((n.) Agreement; harmony; conformity.)


noun

1. agreement; conformity: in accordance with the rules.

2. the act of according or granting: the accordance of all rights and privileges.


Examples:

"accordances can be with traditions."
"accordances can be with rules."
"accordances can be with principles."
"accordances can be with people/places/organizations."
"accordances can be to positions."
"accordances can be with theories."
"accordances can be with suggestions."
"accordances can be with states."
"accordances can be with standards."
"accordances can be with practices."
"accordances can be with normals."
"accordances can be with laws."
"accordances can be with judgments."
"accordances can be with instructions."
"accordances can be with fundamentalses."
"accordances can be with equations."
"accordances can be with documents."
"accordances can be with covenants."
"accordances can be with constitutions."
"accordances can be with conditions."

Origin:
Middle English: from Old French acordance, from acorder ‘bring to an agreement’ (see accord).

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