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used in Gone with the Wind

14 uses
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1  —10 uses as in:
according to, or in accord with
in keeping with; or in agreement/harmony/unity with
  • At least, everyone thought it was in the grave and expected her to act accordingly.
    1.7 (60% in)
  • Life in the north Georgia county of Clayton was still new and, according to the standards of Augusta, Savannah and Charleston, a little crude.
    1.1 (8% in)
  • CHAPTER III Ellen O'Hara was thirty-two years old, and, according to the standards of her day, she was a middle-aged woman, one who had borne six children and buried three.
    1.3 (0% in)
  • True, he had called the rent agent "a bastard of an Orangeman," but that, according to Gerald's way of looking at it, did not give the man any right to insult him by whistling the opening bars of "The Boyne Water."
    1.3 (13% in)
  • The house had been built according to no architectural plan whatever, with extra rooms added where and when it seemed convenient, but, with Ellen's care and attention, it gained a charm that made up for its lack of design.
    1.3 (83% in)
  • Confederate money had dropped alarmingly and the price of food and clothing had risen accordingly.
    2.12 (2% in)
  • According to the Yankees, I ought to have a fine will.
    4.34 (49% in)
  • But after all, according to the Continental code of etiquette, it's very bad form for husband and wife to love each other.
    4.36 (34% in)
  • She did so many things a husband should not permit, according to his views, but if he ordered her to stop them, argued or even criticized, a storm broke on his head.
    4.36 (91% in)
  • Georgia's leaders had kept on battling for the state's right to govern itself according to its own ideas.
    4.47 (79% in)

There are no more uses of "accord" flagged with this meaning in Gone with the Wind.

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  • The group turned toward him and accorded him the politeness always due an outsider.
    1.6 (51% in)
  • For the present they were quite satisfied to be in accord again about one girl, for they had no jealousies between them.
    1.1 (63% in)
  • Being poor white, they were not even accorded the grudging respect that Angus MacIntosh's dour independence wrung from neighboring families.
    1.3 (46% in)
  • Everyone knew that Stuart Tarleton would have married her had he not been killed at Gettysburg, and so she was accorded the respect due a woman who had been wanted if not wed.
    4.41 (42% in)

There are no more uses of "accord" in Gone with the Wind.

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