Accord – 1. To be in harmony 2. To grant power or status
The accordion (accord) was in perfect harmony with the orchestra, and the judges granted her the status of lead player.
Examples of accord in a sentence (to be in harmony)
All the actors were in accord with one another during the performance.
To be in accord, the team wore matching shirts to the match.
I am in accord with your plan to take over the world.
Examples of accord in a sentence (to grant power or status)
Some tribes accord high status to women instead of men.
I don't think you should accord her the managerial role, she's not experienced enough.
Our society accords great importance to the royal family.