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used in The Hunchback of Notre Dame

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according to, or in accord with
Definition
in keeping with; or in agreement/harmony/unity with
This sense of accord is often seen in the form according to or accordingly where it can take on more specific meanings. For example:
  • "According to Kim, ..." — as stated by
  • "To each according to her ability." — based upon
  • "Points are scored according to how well they perform." — depending upon
  • "The dose is calculated according to body weight." — in proportion to
  • "We got a flat tire. Accordingly, I pulled to the side of the road." — because of what was just said; or as a result
  • in accordance with their compact
    2.11.3 — Vol 2 Bk 11 Chpt 3 — The Marriage of Phoebus (23% in)
accordance = in keeping with
  • He had, accordingly, hoisted himself, during the first verses of the prologue, with the aid of the pillars of the reserve gallery, to the cornice which ran round the balustrade at its lower edge; and there he had seated himself, soliciting the attention and the pity of the multitude, with his rags and a hideous sore which covered his right arm.
    1.1.2 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 2 — Pierre Gringoire (69% in)
  • The exposition, rather long and rather empty, that is to say, according to the rules, was simple; and Gringoire, in the candid sanctuary of his own conscience, admired its clearness.
    1.1.2 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 2 — Pierre Gringoire (90% in)
  • It is true that the mystery was to last from noon until four o'clock, in accordance with the orders of monsieur the provost, and that it was necessary to say something.
    1.1.2 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 2 — Pierre Gringoire (97% in)
  • One finds them in all ages, ever the same; that is to say, always according to all times.
    1.1.3 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 3 — Monsieur the Cardinal (10% in)
  • Then the ragged and howling procession set out on its march, according to custom, around the inner galleries of the Courts, before making the circuit of the streets and squares.
    1.1.5 — Vol 1 Bk 1 Chpt 5 — Quasimodo (99% in)
  • Then came the Kingdom of Argot; that is to say, all the thieves of France, arranged according to the order of their dignity; the minor people walking first.
    1.2.3 — Vol 1 Bk 2 Chpt 3 — Kisses for Blows (67% in)
  • No hope was left for him, accordingly, unless it were the slight chance of succeeding in the formidable operation which was imposed upon him; he decided to risk it, but it was not without first having addressed a fervent prayer to the manikin he was about to plunder, and who would have been easier to move to pity than the vagabonds.
    1.2.6 — Vol 1 Bk 2 Chpt 6 — The Broken Jug (80% in)
  • Mutilations, amputations, dislocation of the joints, "restorations"; this is the Greek, Roman, and barbarian work of professors according to Vitruvius and Vignole.
    1.3.1 — Vol 1 Bk 3 Chpt 1 — Notre-Dame (45% in)
  • Art often undergoes a transformation while they are pending, ~pendent opera interrupta~; they proceed quietly in accordance with the transformed art.
    1.3.1 — Vol 1 Bk 3 Chpt 1 — Notre-Dame (77% in)
  • The new art takes the monument where it finds it, incrusts itself there, assimilates it to itself, develops it according to its fancy, and finishes it if it can.
    1.3.1 — Vol 1 Bk 3 Chpt 1 — Notre-Dame (77% in)
  • ** * This is the same which is called, according to locality, climate, and races, Lombard, Saxon, or Byzantine.
    1.3.1 — Vol 1 Bk 3 Chpt 1 — Notre-Dame (90% in)
  • It is eternally developed upon the soil according to the same law.
    1.3.1 — Vol 1 Bk 3 Chpt 1 — Notre-Dame (95% in)
  • That settled, the number of chapels, doors, bell towers, and pinnacles are modified to infinity, according to the fancy of the century, the people, and art.
    1.3.1 — Vol 1 Bk 3 Chpt 1 — Notre-Dame (97% in)
  • Statues, stained glass, rose windows, arabesques, denticulations, capitals, bas-reliefs,—she combines all these imaginings according to the arrangement which best suits her.
    1.3.1 — Vol 1 Bk 3 Chpt 1 — Notre-Dame (99% in)
  • This form of a ship had also struck the heraldic scribes; for it is from that, and not from the siege by the Normans, that the ship which blazons the old shield of Paris, comes, according to Favyn and Pasquier.
    1.3.2 — Vol 1 Bk 3 Chpt 2 — A Bird's-Eye View of Paris (26% in)
  • Let us add that if it is according to rule that the architecture of a building should be adapted to its purpose in such a manner that this purpose shall be immediately apparent from the mere aspect of the building, one cannot be too much amazed at a structure which might be indifferently—the palace of a king, a chamber of communes, a town-hall, a college, a riding-school, an academy, a warehouse, a court-house, a museum, a barracks, a sepulchre, a temple, or a theatre.
    1.3.2 — Vol 1 Bk 3 Chpt 2 — A Bird's-Eye View of Paris (88% in)
  • It seemed as though there escaped from him, at least according to the growing superstitions of the crowd, a mysterious emanation which animated all the stones of Notre-Dame, and made the deep bowels of the ancient church to palpitate.
    1.4.3 — Vol 1 Bk 4 Chpt 3 — Immanis Pecoris Custos, Immanior Ipse (83% in)
  • There then ensued between the physician and the archdeacon one of those congratulatory prologues which, in accordance with custom, at that epoch preceded all conversations between learned men, and which did not prevent them from detesting each other in the most cordial manner in the world.
    1.5.1 — Vol 1 Bk 5 Chpt 1 — Abbas Beati Martini (11% in)
  • I, no more than yourself, have seen the Chaldean masonry works constructed according to the sacred form of the Sikra, nor the temple of Solomon, which is destroyed, nor the stone doors of the sepulchre of the kings of Israel, which are broken.
    1.5.1 — Vol 1 Bk 5 Chpt 1 — Abbas Beati Martini (78% in)
  • Let the reader now imagine what an investment of funds it would require to rewrite the architectural book; to cause thousands of edifices to swarm once more upon the soil; to return to those epochs when the throng of monuments was such, according to the statement of an eye witness, "that one would have said that the world in shaking itself, had cast off its old garments in order to cover itself with a white vesture of churches."
    1.5.2 — Vol 1 Bk 5 Chpt 2 — This Will Kill That (84% in)
  • His lieutenants, civil, criminal, and private, were doing his work, according to usage; and from eight o'clock in the morning, some scores of bourgeois and ~bourgeoises~, heaped and crowded into an obscure corner of the audience chamber of Embas du Châtelet, between a stout oaken barrier and the wall, had been gazing blissfully at the varied and cheerful spectacle of civil and criminal justice dispensed by Master Florian Barbedienne, auditor of the Châtelet, lieutenant of monsieur the...
    1.6.1 — Vol 1 Bk 6 Chpt 1 — An Impartial Glance at.... (32% in)
  • In accordance with the fashion of the epoch, a Latin inscription on the wall indicated to the learned passer-by the pious purpose of this cell.
    1.6.2 — Vol 1 Bk 6 Chpt 2 — The Rat-Hole (88% in)
  • Soon Michel Noiret, sworn trumpeter to the king, our lord, imposed silence on the louts, and proclaimed the sentence, in accordance with the order and command of monsieur the provost.
    1.6.4 — Vol 1 Bk 6 Chpt 4 — A Tear for a Drop of Water (19% in)
  • From the length of the veil which fell from their pointed coif, twined with pearls, to their heels, from the fineness of the embroidered chemisette which covered their shoulders and allowed a glimpse, according to the pleasing custom of the time, of the swell of their fair virgin bosoms, from the opulence of their under-petticoats still more precious than their overdress (marvellous refinement), from the gauze, the silk, the velvet, with which all this was composed, and, above all,...
    2.7.1 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 1 — The Danger of Confiding One's.... (5% in)
  • Accordingly he bent down, but he could find nothing in his imagination more tender and personal than this,— "Why does your mother always wear that surcoat with armorial designs, like our grandmothers of the time of Charles VII.
    2.7.1 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 1 — The Danger of Confiding One's.... (27% in)
  • My wife is, according to what an old thief, who is called among us the Duke of Egypt, has told me, a foundling or a lost child, which is the same thing.
    2.7.2 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 2 — A Priest and a Philosopher are.... (58% in)
  • Jehan accordingly recognized his brother; but the door had been opened so softly, that nothing warned Dom Claude of his presence.
    2.7.4 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 4 — ANARKH (26% in)
  • Other inscriptions were written, in accordance with the fashion of the hermetics, in great numbers on the walls; some traced with ink, others engraved with a metal point.
    2.7.4 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 4 — ANARKH (31% in)
  • These same atoms dilated in accordance with a certain law need only be condensed in accordance with another law.
    2.7.4 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 4 — ANARKH (41% in)
  • These same atoms dilated in accordance with a certain law need only be condensed in accordance with another law.
    2.7.4 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 4 — ANARKH (41% in)
  • Accordingly, he assumed an extremely soft tone and began,— "My good brother, do you hate me to such a degree as to look savagely upon me because of a few mischievous cuffs and blows distributed in a fair war to a pack of lads and brats, ~quibusdam marmosetis~?
    2.7.4 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 4 — ANARKH (72% in)
  • In that case, according to Epicurius, I lack a something made of another something which has no name.
    2.7.4 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 4 — ANARKH (95% in)
  • Therefore, he halted before the statue according to his wont.
    2.7.7 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 7 — The Mysterious Monk (48% in)
  • Accordingly, Claude crouched down in the dust, and the plaster which cracked beneath him; his head was on fire; rummaging around him with his hands, be found on the floor a bit of broken glass, which he pressed to his brow, and whose coolness afforded him some relief.
    2.7.8 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 8 — The Utility of Windows Which.... (4% in)
  • Accordingly, he was at ease on that score.
    2.8.1 — Vol 2 Bk 8 Chpt 1 — The Crown Changed into a Dry Leaf (5% in)
  • Accordingly, I denounced you.
    2.8.4 — Vol 2 Bk 8 Chpt 4 — Lasciate Ogni Speranza.... (71% in)
  • Fleur-de-Lys was his last passion but one, a pretty girl, a charming dowry; accordingly, one fine morning, quite cured, and assuming that, after the lapse of two months, the Bohemian affair must be completely finished and forgotten, the amorous cavalier arrived on a prancing horse at the door of the Gondelaurier mansion.
    2.8.6 — Vol 2 Bk 8 Chpt 6 — Three Human Hearts Differently.... (14% in)
  • One of the sergeants of police was obliged to notify Master Charmolue of the fact, as the latter, during this entire scene, had been engaged in studying the bas-relief of the grand portal which represents, according to some, the sacrifice of Abraham; according to others, the philosopher's alchemical operation: the sun being figured forth by the angel; the fire, by the fagot; the artisan, by Abraham.
    2.8.6 — Vol 2 Bk 8 Chpt 6 — Three Human Hearts Differently.... (79% in)
  • One of the sergeants of police was obliged to notify Master Charmolue of the fact, as the latter, during this entire scene, had been engaged in studying the bas-relief of the grand portal which represents, according to some, the sacrifice of Abraham; according to others, the philosopher's alchemical operation: the sun being figured forth by the angel; the fire, by the fagot; the artisan, by Abraham.
    2.8.6 — Vol 2 Bk 8 Chpt 6 — Three Human Hearts Differently.... (79% in)
  • Those two images united, presented to him a frightful group; and the more he concentrated what attention and thought was left to him, the more he beheld them grow, in accordance with a fantastic progression, the one in grace, in charm, in beauty, in light, the other in deformity and horror; so that at last la Esmeralda appeared to him like a star, the gibbet like an enormous, fleshless arm.
    2.9.1 — Vol 2 Bk 9 Chpt 1 — Delirium (34% in)
  • At the corner of the Rue de la Barillerie, there was a grocer's shop whose porch was garnished all about, according to immemorial custom, with hoops of tin from which hung a circle of wooden candles, which came in contact with each other in the wind, and rattled like castanets.
    2.9.1 — Vol 2 Bk 9 Chpt 1 — Delirium (57% in)
  • Such respect was cherished for places of refuge that, according to tradition, animals even felt it at times.
    2.9.2 — Vol 2 Bk 9 Chpt 2 — Hunchbacked, One Eyed, Lame (28% in)
  • Accordingly, she waited.
    2.9.4 — Vol 2 Bk 9 Chpt 4 — Earthenware and Crystal (12% in)
  • You know, master, that the secret of keeping well, according to Hippocrates; ~id est: cibi, potus, somni, venus, omnia moderata sint~.
    2.10.1 — Vol 2 Bk 10 Chpt 1 — Gringoire Has Many Good.... (15% in)
  • On that night, accordingly, Quasimodo, after having cast a glance at his poor bells which he so neglected now, Jacqueline, Marie, and Thibauld, mounted to the summit of the Northern tower, and there setting his dark lanturn, well closed, upon the leads, he began to gaze at Paris.
    2.10.4 — Vol 2 Bk 10 Chpt 4 — An Awkward Friend (2% in)
  • He had accordingly stationed his brigade in such a manner that, viewed from above and from a distance, one would have pronounced it the Roman triangle of the battle of Ecnomus, the boar's head of Alexander or the famous wedge of Gustavus Adolphus.
    2.10.4 — Vol 2 Bk 10 Chpt 4 — An Awkward Friend (16% in)
  • Accordingly, Olivier le Mauvais remained motionless, sulking at the king, and glancing askance at Jacques Coictier.
    2.10.5 — Vol 2 Bk 10 Chpt 5 — The Retreat in which.... (80% in)
  • He was thinking that the goat also, "according to existing law," would be hung if recaptured; which would be a great pity, poor Djali! that he had thus two condemned creatures attached to him; that his companion asked no better than to take charge of the gypsy.
    2.11.1 — Vol 2 Bk 11 Chpt 1 — The Little Shoe (22% in)
  • During the night which followed the execution of la Esmeralda, the night men had detached her body from the gibbet, and had carried it, according to custom, to the cellar of Montfaucon.
    2.11.4 — Vol 2 Bk 11 Chpt 4 — The Marriage of Quasimodo (9% in)

There are no more uses of "accord" flagged with this meaning in The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

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  • And not only the form of edifices, but the sites selected for them, revealed the thought which they represented, according as the symbol to be expressed was graceful or grave.
    1.5.2 — Vol 1 Bk 5 Chpt 2 — This Will Kill That (17% in)
  • Hence the welcome accorded to the gypsy was marvellously glacial.
    2.7.1 — Vol 2 Bk 7 Chpt 1 — The Danger of Confiding One's.... (62% in)

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