concomitant

All Adjective Noun
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  • Info Concomitance is the condition of accompanying or coexisting. more...
  • He had stood five hours running, besides the concomitant circumstances of attention. Cited from The Diary and Letters of Madam D'Arblay Volume 2
  • For many years it was thought a necessary concomitant of machine industry. Cited from The Armies of Labor, Samuel P. Orth
  • Concomitant with the loss of cases, freedom of word order was greatly reduced.
  • A possibility for a concomitant study in applied culture science is given as well.
  • Dust, too, was only matter out of place, and a necessary concomitant of summer. Cited from The Inner Shrine, by Basil King
  • Nor were these the only interests and feelings affected by the event and its concomitants. Cited from Gaut Gurley, by D. P. Thompson
  • He was studying those eyes, with their concomitants, at the present time. Cited from The Honorable Peter Stirling and What People Thought of Him, by Ford
  • The panic struck appeared of more injury, than disease and its natural concomitants. Cited from The Last Man, by Mary Shelley
  • Money, as a concomitant to things which were in themselves good, he had declared to himself to be good also. Cited from Victorian Short Stories: Stories of Courtship, by Various
  • It was for these moments and their concomitant changes of countenance that you paid your money. Cited from Punch, Vol. 159, August 4th, 1920, ed. by Sir Owen Seaman
  • Its role as a single agent without the concomitant use of other antihypertensives is not yet clear.
  • Consider her relations and friends, her rank and its concomitants. Cited from The Vicissitudes of Bessie Fairfax, by Harriet Parr (AKA Holme Lee)
  • This characteristic of great structural development has certain concomitants which are of considerable military importance. Cited from Riddle of the Rhine/Chemical Strategy, by LeFebure
  • And so, on the still higher level of reason and its concomitants, it creates the world of men. Cited from The Destiny of the Soul, by William Rounseville Alger
  • This event was almost concomitant with developments which would eventually make the region one of the most important industrial areas in the world.
  • They want then to dissociate love from all its physical concomitants. Cited from Men, Women, and God, by A. Herbert Gray
  • These several thoughts are the concomitants of a process which goes on in the nervous system of the man. Cited from Critiques and Addresses, by Thomas Henry Huxley
  • In any social atmosphere good and evil are necessary concomitants. Cited from The Girl at the Halfway House, by Emerson Hough
  • The concomitant decline in the number of traditional native speakers has also been a cause of great concern.
  • Meanwhile, two events had a concomitant effect on the situation.
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