agreement ; to come up to the standards of ; be in line with ; to correspond with ; correspond to ; to accord with ; tally with ; to agree with ; adapt ; in line with ; coincidence ; to handle ; accord with ; be in keeping with ; in accordance with ; conform to ; in keeping with ; fit ; tallying with ; matching ; to conform to ; conform ; to manage ; qualification
Sources: Law Dictionary
This measure is in accord with our policy.
The story is not in accord with the facts.
I could only envy her that sort of easy congruity — how wonderful, it seemed, to feel in accord with what others thought of you.
The system of proof ought to be an exoteric system, using psychological test, people can bear out the reality of the case, it ia accord with the procedure law.
These ideas about rationality derive from a restricted and mistaken view of rational thought — one not in accord with the study of rationality in modern cognitive science.
Victory, when it is in accord with progress, merits the applause of the people; but a heroic defeat merits their tender compassion.
This decision is in accord with the development vision of China's Top 100 Green Companies.
But Lovelock believes that other Nature acts in accord with Darwinian evolution, with no conscious plan or intelligence.
No other state has ever had laws more in accord with the order of nature; of equality.
The various civic rights prescribed in the Constitution and other state laws are in accord with what people enjoy in real life.