concordant

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Agreeing; correspondent; harmonious; consonant; in keeping with; agreeable with; concordant with; concordant to
{a} agreeable, agreeing, suitable
Any geologic body, such as an ore deposit, which lies within or parallel to volcanic or sedimentary bedding and does not cut across the bedding structures (Also conformable ) Discordant A geologic body, such as a dike or vein, which cuts across primary rock structures such as bedding Stratiform A mineral deposit which occurs as a specific stratigraphic (or sedimentary) bed
{s} harmonious, in agreement
being in agreement or having the same regular pattern (present participle of concordare , from concors; CONCORD)
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A pair of cases for two ordered data variables in which values for the first case are either both higher or both lower than the values of the variables for the second case For example, the following pair is concordant: X1 X2 10 100 20 150
Agreeing; correspondent; harmonious; consonant
Term describing twins who share the same trait or disorder Term describing twins who share the same trait or disorder
in keeping; "salaries agreeable with current trends"; "plans conformable with your wishes"; "expressed views concordant with his background"
being of the same opinion
concordantly
In a concordant manner
concordantly
harmoniously, in a concordant manner
concordant

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    con·cord·ant

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    Etymology

    [ -d&nt ] (adjective.) 15th century. Latin concordans, present participle of concordare: compare French concordant. See concord.

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