concomitant

[ kon-kom-i-tuhnt, kuhn- ]SEE DEFINITION OF concomitant

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONCOMITANT

I have found that cold, negative heat, is a concomitant of cold light.

There were other concomitant symptoms that we will not stop to enumerate.

This might be called a law of association by concomitant variations.

The disposition can only manifest itself to us by concomitant movements.

Or all these things together may have tended to a concomitant effect.

Concomitant with Cicero's return there had come a famine in Rome.

It was the concomitant of his normal build and outlook on life.

The consequence of this kind of traffic was loss, and its concomitant, necessity.

How worthless when robbed, as it must be in this bleak tract, of every concomitant of the joyful!

The miracles of the Spirit, is the concomitant attestation or evidence.

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