accord (n.) 1
harmony, agreement
AYL I.i.60 [Adam to Oliver and Orlando] be at accord [i.e. be reconciled]
H5 V.ii.345 [French King to King Henry, of the treaty between France and England] this dear conjunction / Plant ... Christian-like accord / In their sweet bosoms
TS III.i.71 [Bianca reading the scale devised by Hortensio as Licio] Gamut I am, the ground of all accord