Synonyms for Accord:

n.

common ground. get together, behave, steer a course, be your normal self, revert to, discipline yourself, conduct yourself, treat, compensate. quadrate, fend for yourself, square, chime, mind your own business, comport with, sink or swim, conform, go solo, do your own thing, be alone in (doing) something, consist, stand-alone. vouchsafe. confer, present, bestow. accord (noun)
allot, treaty, harmonize, agree, agreement, rapport, harmonise, fit in, grant, pact, concord, consort, conformity, accordance.
agreement (noun)
consensus, treaty, assent, settlement, pledge, accordance, accession, bond, compact, deal, capitulation, contract, concord, covenant, promise, understanding, consent, empathy, stipulation, acquiescence, unanimity, arrangement, agreement, concordance, acceptance, concurrence, pact.
concurrence (noun)
agreement.
friendship (noun)
empathy.
general agreement (noun)
consensus.
harmony (noun)
euphony, harmony, peace, consonance.
peace (noun)
neutrality, quiet, calm, serenity, order, friendliness, orderliness, placidness, tranquility, repose, cease-fire, nonaggression, nonresistance, quietness, rest, truce, quiescence, armistice, amity.
state (noun)
agreement.

v.

comply (verb)
conform.
possession (verb)
allot, grant.
stative (verb)
concord, agree, fit in, harmonise, consort, harmonize.

Other synonyms:

vouchsafe, behave, treat, compensate, common ground. consist. chime. bestow, confer. agree
consort, quadrate.
cohere
fit in.
quadrate
comport with.
square
square.
Other relevant words:
compensate, conform, bestow, present, rapport, fit in, treat, consist, confer, comport with, harmonise, quadrate, consort, allot, chime, behave, grant, agree, square, reconciliation, get together, conformity, harmonize, vouchsafe.

Usage examples for accord

  1. And there, after my discourse, Mr. Coventry of his own accord begun to tell the Duke how he found that discourse abroad did run to his prejudice about the fees that he took, and how he sold places and other things; wherein he desired to appeal to his Highness, whether he did any thing more than what his predecessors did, and appealed to us all. – Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete Transcribed From The Shorthand Manuscript In The Pepysian Library Magdalene College Cambridge By The Rev. Mynors Bright by Samuel Pepys Commentator: Lord Braybrooke
  2. Her taste and mine may not entirely accord – After a Shadow, and Other Stories by T. S. Arthur
  3. " We are resolved to do so," shouted the men, with one accord – Andreas Hofer by Lousia Muhlbach