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be consonant with something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe consonant with somethingbe consonant with somethingformalSAME to match or exist well with something else This policy is scarcely consonant with the government’s declared aims. consonant
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be consonant with somethingHere there is no contradiction, because the bass is consonant with all the upper notes.Others, then, will have to judge whether my views expressed here are consonant with that tradition.On the face of it, this approach is consonant with the requirements of the Act.The way the storyteller handles Moses' power-sharing in that chapter is consonant with the rest.Certainly they were consonant with the views expressed by a great many Bostonians during the days after the State Report came out.The views of the black leadership are consonant with those of black Americans.
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