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[kˈɔːd], [kˈɔːd], [k_ˈɔː_d]

Synonyms for Chord:

chord (noun)

harmonise, harmonize.

Other synonyms and related words:

A, B, Chord (music), D, E, F, Ti, abandoned, absolutely, absorb the soul, accede, accommodate, accompany, accord, acknowledge, acquiesce, adjust, admit, affect the soul, agree, agreement, air line, airline, alter, answer, apparently, appease, approximately, arc, arpeggio, ask, assonate, atone, attune, augmented, axis, band, barely, barren, bass, be harmonious, be in tune, beat, beeline, blankly, bleak, blend, bond, bow string, bowstring, broken, broken chord, c, caring, catgut, chime, chord line, chord member, chorda, cleanly, clearly, cloistered, cohere, coincide, combination of notes, common chord, commonly, completely, comport, compose, concento, concern, concertize, conciliate, concord, confined, conform, consist, consonant chord, consort, cord, cord fabric, cordage, correspond, crescendo, crotchet, curvature, curve, demand, depressing, deserted, desolate, detached, diagonal, diameter, diminished, diminished seventh chord, direct line, directrix, discord, dissonance, distinctly, disturb the soul, do, dominant chord, dovetail, downbeat, drab, dreary, drumming, drumroll, due corde, echo, edge, empathy, enharmonic, enticement, entirely, especially, estranged, evidently, exact, exactly, exclusively, execute, exposed, feeling, fiddlestring, fifth, fit, fit in, flange, flat, forlorn, forsaken, fourth, frequently, friendless, fully, generally, geometric line, go, go through one, go together, godforsaken, great line, great-circle course, harmonize, harmony, heavy cord, hidden, honestly, horizontal, horsehair, identification, imbrue the soul, indeed, individual, individually, inner lane, inquire into, inside track, insular, interpret, interval, inverted, involvement, isolated, jibe, just, large rope, laws and regulations, lifting cord, ligament, lilt, line, lonely, major triad, make music, manifestly, may as well, mediate, melodize, merely, mi, minim, minor, minor chord, mode, most, music, musical note, musicalize, normal, normal chordal tooth thickness, normally, note, notes played together, nylon string, octave, only, ordinarily, outline, pacify, particularly, pathos, peculiarly, penetrate, penetrate the soul, perfectly, perform, perpendicular, personally, pervade the soul, pierce, placate, plainly, play, play by ear, positively, possess the soul, primary, propitiate, pulse, purely, put in tune, radius, radius vector, reaction, reconcile, relating, render, response, responsiveness, rhyme, rhythm, right line, roll, rope, roughly, roundly, scale, search, search into, secant, secondary, segment, semidiameter, settle, seventh, seventh chord, severally, sforzando, sharing, sheerly, shortcut, side, simply, sincerely, sinew, sixth, sixth chord, sol, solely, sort, sound, sound in tune, sound together, square, starkly, steel string, stir the feelings, straight, straight course, straight line, straight stretch, straightaway, streamline, string, sympathetic chord, sympathetic response, sympathy, symphonize, synchronise, synchronize, tally, tangent, tape, tattoo, tendon, tenor, tertiary, tetrachord, thick rope, third, thoroughly, tie, timbre, tone, tone down, tone up, tonic, tonic triad, toot, totally, touch a string, touch the heart, touch the soul, trajectory, transversal, treble, triad, trill, tune, tune up, twine, unbroken chord, unqualifiedly, unreservedly, usually, vector, vertical, vibes, vibration, vibrations, voice, wholly, wound string.

Rhymes for Chord:

  1. fjord, deplored, record, horde, snored, ignored, lord, ford, implored, board, explored, ward, toward, soared, floored, reward, cord, scored, poured, bored, gourd, stored, verwoerd, hoard, sword, restored, roared;
  2. accord, award, aboard, abhorred, afford, adored;
  3. untoward, unexplored;

Quotes for Chord:

  1. It's really weird to be playing chords again. Haven't played chords for a long time. I realised I haven't played chord changes since OK Computer and stuff like that. Ed O'Brien.
  2. I'm still disturbed if a chord isn't together, but your priorities change as you get older. Esa-Pekka Salonen.
  3. It's like a piece of music; you never lose sight of the theme. Each scene pushes off to the next like music builds and you can almost hear the next chord progression, so it has a strict structure, which is very compelling. David Strathairn.

Idioms of Chord:

  1. strike a chord ( with sm);
  2. strike/ touch a chord
  3. strike a chord