Con*cent" (?), n. [L. concentus, fr. concinere to sing together; con- + canere to sing.]

1.

Concert of voices; concord of sounds; harmony; as, a concent of notes.

[Archaic.]

Bacon.

That undisturbed song of pure concent. Milton.

2.

Consistency; accordance.

[Obs.]

In concent to his own principles. Atterbury.

 

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