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Pronunciation: [kənkˈɔːdənsɪz] (IPA)

Concordances refer to books or tools that allow users to find specific words or phrases within a text or group of texts. These tools are useful for scholars, linguists, and researchers who need to study and analyze language patterns and correlations. Synonyms for the word "concordances" include indexes, dictionaries, lexicons, glossaries, and thesauruses. These tools all have a similar goal to concordances, which is to provide users with a comprehensive collection of words and their meanings. Whether in the study of literature, linguistics, or any field that involves language analysis, having access to a good concordance or synonym thereof is essential for precision and accuracy in research.

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Usage examples for Concordances

In the evenings she sat in Paul's study all amongst the Cornhills, The Temple Bars, and The Bible concordances.
"The Captives"
Hugh Walpole
The case is the same with this sense as with the rest: as that the eye does not see and discern various particulars in objects, but they are seen and discerned by the spirit; neither does the ear hear and discern the harmonies of tunes in singing, and the concordances of the articulation of sounds in speech, but they are heard and discerned by the spirit; moreover, the spirit is sensible of every thing according to its elevation in wisdom.
"The Delights of Wisdom Pertaining to Conjugial Love"
Emanuel Swedenborg

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