concomitants[ kon-kom-i-tuhnt, kuhn- ]SEE DEFINITION OF concomitants
Synonyms for concomitants
- alter ego
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONCOMITANTS
One of the concomitants of consciousness is that it is private consciousness.
No inquiry seemed to be called for; all concomitants were so very usual.
There can be no civilization without its concomitants of aesthetics.
It meant horse and hound, and all the concomitants of a big hunting-stable.
And usually the concomitants will show something of this to others.
These which come to pass in neither of these two ways, are called Accidents or Concomitants.
There was no recurrence of the sleeping fit with its concomitants.
They are the concomitants of a special type of open-mindedness.
Consider her relations and friends, her rank and its concomitants.
Lettuce and other concomitants of a salad should also be placed on the table or platter.