Mould, matrix, last, plasm, proplasm, mint, negative.

    (Verbs). To set a copy, to set an example.

4°. General Relation
  • Agreement (Substantives), accord, accordance, unison, uniformity, harmony, union, concord, concert, concordance 714, cognation, conformity, consonance, consentaneousness, consensus, consistency, congruity, congruence, congeniality, correspondence, parallelism.
  • Fitness, pertinence, suitableness, adaptation, meetness, patness, relevancy, aptitude, coaptation, propriety, apposition, appositeness, reconcilableness, applicability, applicableness, admissibility, commensurability, compatibility, adaptability.

    Adaptation, adjustment, graduation, accommodation, reconciliation, reconcilement, concurrence, concord, co-operation.

    (Verbs). To be accordant, to agree, accord, correspond, tally, respond, harmonise, match, suit, fit, hit, fall in with, chime in with, quadrate with, square with, cancel with, comport with, assimilate, unite with, see 714.

    (Phrase). To fit like a glove.

    To render accordant, to fit, suit, adapt, match, accommodate, adjust, reconcile, fadge, dovetail, dress, square, regulate, accord, comport, graduate, gradate, grade.

    (Adjectives). Agreeing, accordant, concordant, consonant, congruous, consentaneous, consentient, corresponding, correspondent, congenial, harmonising, harmonious with, tallying with, conformable with, in accordance with, in harmony with, in unison with, in keeping with, squaring with, quadrating with, falling in with, of a piece, consistent with, compatible, reconcilable with, commensurate.

    Apt, apposite, pertinent, germane, relating to, pat, bearing upon 9, applicable, relevant, fit, fitting, suitable, happy, proper, meet, appropriate, suiting, be-fitting, seasonable, sortable, deft, accommodating, topical.

    (Phrases). In loco; en rapport; ad rem; nemine discrepante; rem acu tetigisti; whom the cap may fit; at home; to the point; apropos; to the purpose; in one's (proper) element; just the thing; the very thing; quite the thing.

  • Disagreement (Substantives), discord, discordance, dissonance, disharmony, dissidence, discrepancy, unconformity, disconformity, nonconformity, incongruity, incongruence, mésalliance, discongruity, jarring, clashing, jostling 713, inconsistency, inconsonance, disparity, disproportion, disproportionateness, variance, jar, misfit.
  • (Phrase). Concordia discors.

    Unfitness, repugnance, unsuitableness, unsuitability, unaptness, ineptitude, inaptness, impropriety, inapplicability, inadmissibility, irreconcilableness, irreconcilability, incommensurability, inconcinnity, incompatibility, inadaptability, interference, intrusion, see Irrelation 10.

    (Verbs). To disagree, belie, clash, jar, oppose 708, interfere, jostle 713, intrude.

    (Phrases). To have no business there; to drag or lug in head and shoulders.

    (Adjectives). Disagreeing, discordant, discrepant, jarring, clashing, repugnant, incompatible, irreconcilable, intransigent, inconsistent with, unconformable, incongruous, disproportionate, disproportioned, unproportioned, inharmonious, inconsonant, mismatched, misjoined, misjudged, unconsonant, unconformable, incommensurable, incommensurate, divergent 291.

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