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It Has 9 letters ( a c c o r d i n g )         3 vowels ( a o i )         6 consonants ( c c r d n g )         Word on the contrary gnidrocca

Which the in categoryENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY
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_accord_ +‎ _-ing_

accord +‎ -ing

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* (Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): /əˈkɔːdɪŋ/ * (US) IPA(key): /ə.ˈkɔɹd.ɪŋ/ * Hyphenation: ac‧cord‧ing

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ACCORDING * Present participle of _accord_. Mind and soul ACCORDING well. - Alfred Tennyson

according

  1. Present participle of accord.
    Mind and soul according well. - Alfred Tennyson

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ACCORDING (_comparative_ MORE ACCORDING, _superlative_ MOST ACCORDING) * Agreeing; in agreement or harmony; harmonious. This ACCORDING voice of national wisdom.

according (comparative more according, superlative most according)

  1. Agreeing; in agreement or harmony; harmonious.
    This according voice of national wisdom.

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ACCORDING (_comparative_ MORE ACCORDING, _superlative_ MOST ACCORDING) * (obsolete) Accordingly; correspondingly. [16th-17th c.] * 1604, William Shakespeare, _Measure for Measure_, V.i: That apprehends no further than this world, / And squarest thy life ACCORDING. * Consistently _as_; in a corresponding manner (now generally expressing accordance with two or more alternatives). [from 16th c.] * 1946, Bertrand Russell, _History of Western Philosophy_, I.20: Ethical theories may be divided into two classes, ACCORDING as they regard virtue as an end or a means. * In accordance, in a manner consistent _to_ (something). [from 16th c.] * 1897, Henry James, _What Maisie Knew_: there was only a frightening silence, unenlivened even by the invidious enquiries of former years, which culminated, ACCORDING to its stern nature, in a still more frightening old woman, a figure awaiting her on the very doorstep.

according (comparative more according, superlative most according)

  1. (obsolete) Accordingly; correspondingly. [16th-17th c.]
  2. Consistently as; in a corresponding manner (now generally expressing accordance with two or more alternatives). [from 16th c.]
  3. In accordance, in a manner consistent to (something). [from 16th c.]

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* according to * according as


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