Example sentences for: accorded

How can you use “accorded” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • If you think fanatical following accorded baseball suggests that Japanese society is hopelessly Americanized, you should see what happens when a 15-day sumo wrestling tournament is held in cities around the country.

  • I do think that Aman contributes something important to the linguistic literature, and I think he ought to view a bit more seriously (and less rancorously) the opportunities accorded him by his experience with these powerful, private parts of the language to pursue a theme of analysis of its impact and why and how it carries so much weight, both denotatively and connotatively.

  • The CIA was specifically accorded "no police, subpoena, or law enforcement powers or internal security functions."

  • As a result, we now have hybrid words like gymkhana and memsahib . Gymkhana , a `club for members to socialize and partake in sports and recreation,' is a mixture of the Hindi gendkhana (meaning `ball house') and the English gymnasium . Memsahib , meaning `European or white lady,' stems from sahib , an Indian title of respect often accorded to white men, and mem , a corruption of Madam .

  • More strikingly, a 1988 study of consumers showed that Allegis ranked in the bottom 5 percent of corporate "identities" both in terms of name recognition and in terms of the esteem accorded to the name by people who recognized it.


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