- In agreement; consistent with each other.
- In harmony or tune; melodious.
- Having the same direction or trend as something else.
Late middle english: from latin concordant- "agreeing, harmonious", from the verb concordare, from concors "of one mind".
- The results of the two tests were concordant and showed that the patient was free of the disease.
- The choir sang in concordant harmony, creating a beautiful sound.
- The trend in the stock market was concordant with the overall economy.
- The witnesses' statements were concordant with each other, strengthening the prosecution's case.
- The music was so concordant that it seemed like one instrument was playing, not a whole orchestra.