Usage examples for accordance

  1. Sigismond had spoken in accordance with his nature, Delobelle with his. – Fromont and Risler, Complete by Alphonse Daudet Last Updated: March 3, 2009
  2. T. X. had not troubled himself greatly about Kara's private papers but had handed them over, in accordance with instructions, to the proper authorities. – The Clue of the Twisted Candle by Edgar Wallace
  3. I cannot feel it in accordance with my duty to Society to exercise the powers I have in your favour. – The Project Gutenberg Plays of John Galsworthy, Complete by John Galsworthy
  4. It is not less in accordance with my own feelings than with those of Her Majesty to assist in every measure calculated for the happiness and welfare of the Irish people. – Speeches and Addresses of H. R. H. the Prince of Wales: 1863-1888 by Edward VII
  5. But in accordance with the present turn of my mind, I do not believe that the knowledge I have of it will ever change from my mind to my heart. – Reflections Or, Sentences and Moral Maxims by Francois Duc De La Rochefoucauld
  6. Does the voice of the Lord ever speak but in accordance with your desire? – The Mormon Prophet by Lily Dougall
  7. The moves for both sides must, of course, be played strictly in accordance with the rules of the game, though the result will necessarily be a very weird kind of chess. – Amusements in Mathematics by Henry Ernest Dudeney
  8. Toward him one acts simply in accordance with the instincts of one's nature. – Walking-Stick Papers by Robert Cortes Holliday
  9. This exclamation may have been in accordance with the spirit of the part assumed by the prisoner; though, at the same time, its simplicity was undoubtedly far- fetched. – Monsieur Lecoq by Emile Gaboriau
  10. Excepting for the confinement, which was absolutely necessary, of course, and which was in direct accordance with the rules of war, the prisoners suffered no inconvenience. – Yankee Ships and Yankee Sailors: Tales of 1812 by James Barnes
  11. One could see too that that song was in accordance with Madame Putois's own feeling. – L'Assommoir by Emile Zola
  12. This latter is the more interesting to us, partly because it is in itself more original, partly because it is more in accordance with modern artistic practice. – Religion and Art in Ancient Greece by Ernest Arthur Gardner
  13. This was not in accordance with any of the books. – Sketches New and Old, Part 1. by Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)