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First published 1937 (DOST Vol. I).
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Accordand, pr.p. [Pres. pple. of Accord v.] According, agreeing, conforming. Usually with to or till.a1400 Leg. S. xiii. Prol. 89 (ay acordand in witnes). c1420 Wynt. ii. 25 (tyll owre matere accordande); viii. 2955 (till hys purpos accordand). 1456 Hay I. 269/5 (wele accordand to resoun). a1499 Contempl. Sinn. 74 (four thingis accordand for a king). 1500 Edinb. B. Rec. 80 (statutis accordand for thame). 1533 Gau 98/26 (accordand to thy halie wil).

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