To Acco'rd. v.n. To agree, to suit one with another; with the particle with.
Things are often spoke, and seldom meant;
But that my heart accordeth with my tongue,
Seeing the deed is meritorious,
And to preserve my sovereign from his foe. Shak. Hen. VI.
Several of the main parts of Moses's history, as concerning the flood, and the first fathers of the several nations of the world, do very well accord with the most ancient accounts of profane history. Tillotson, Sermon i.