be in unison

See: agree, comply
References in classic literature ?
Still, her youthful and ethereal appearance, her timid manner, the charm of her sensitive voice and eyes, the very many respects in which she had interested him out of her own individuality, and the strong difference between herself and those about her, were not in unison, and were determined not to be in unison, with this newly presented idea.
Therefore just and wise men take umbrage at his act, until after some little time be past: then they see it to be in unison with their acts.