concurrent[ kuh n-kur-uh nt, -kuhr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF concurrent
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With equal and concurrent care they are to "pursue sanctification."
A concurrent drift begins which is subject to later correction.
We like leaving the words to elucidate the concurrent action.
The compact was to be carried out, not by treaty, but by concurrent legislation.
Religious sympathy rarely leads men to engage in important wars, unless it has the support of other concurrent motives.
The concurrent agreement of all the members of this great Republic to separate!
If they are not all parallel they must be concurrent, and their vector-sum must be zero.
They were not, however, as concurrent in their eagerness to re-assemble.
Here, then, is a vicious circle of concurrent cause and effect.
The testimony of these facts is concurrent with that of all history.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONCURRENT
- au courant
- hot off press
- in fashion
- in vogue
- just out
- with it
- à la mode
- as one
- in complete accord
- of one mind
- with one voice