Examples of Accorded
Sentences with the verb Accorded
They accorded him many honors.
They accorded a warm welcome to the traveler.
I was accorded permission to use the car.
Permission to use the car was accorded her.
He was accorded permission to use the device.
Permission to use the car was accorded to her.
She was accorded permission to use the library.
The whole town accorded a hearty welcome to the visitor.
The children were accorded permission to use the library.
My favorite dissenters--I mean those whose ideas ill accorded with my own--were wont to express themselves with exquisite courtesy.
It is unwise for one to think that a hen will ever be accorded respect in the land of the hawks.
For nearly 75 years, tech engineers have been accorded almost-mythic status.
(USA Today - Money, )
As a result of Windsor, all federal benefits, rights and privileges are accorded to same-sex married couples.
(Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )
The former miners' leader (inset right) was once accorded messiah status by those he led - but in recent years has been left fighting them tooth and nail in the courts.
(Daily Mail - Femail, )
Jacoby Ellsbury received nothing close to the vitriol and outright hostility accorded to Johnny Damon in 2006 when he returned to Fenway Park after signing with the Yankees.
(The New York Times - Baseball, )
Grandparents, older siblings and close friends who take on the full-time custody of children should be accorded the same rights and supports as parents who adopt, experts say.
(The Independent - Health & Families, )
Britain has embraced the 41-year-old American to such an extent that he was accorded the responsibility/honour of being the opening singer on the BBC’s all-star, charity-cum-corporate ad reboot of The Beach Boys’ "God Only Knows".
(The Independent - People, )
If there was an extra touch of emotion in the standing ovation accorded to Venus Williams as she exited Centre Court and the women’s singles, it was surely tinged by the notion that there may possibly be no more days in the sun there – or even under the roof.
(The Independent - Tennis, )
Violent, blood-soaked and filled with nudity, Roman Polanski's 1971 film version of "Macbeth" was intended to be a cinematic jolt -- a raw, realistic portrayal of medieval power plays that would be worlds away from the genteel restraint typically accorded to Shakespearean adaptations.
(David Ng in Los Angeles Times - Culture Monster, )
In a typically unaffected observation the other day, Brendon McCullum, New Zealand’s revered captain, said: “It’s the greatest time of our lives.” His team are experiencing an outpouring of attention and affection that has never before been accorded cricketers in this country.
(The Independent - Cricket, )
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