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adverb as in concurrently

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The realm of what is possible continues to expand, but it is arising contemporaneously with exponentially challenging global issues that require better information, leadership, and action.

Sometimes we get a sense of how one will be reflected in its light contemporaneously.

Indeed, Reed was contemporaneously chronicling—not so much celebrating—bad old New York.

Contemporaneously with Toffana, another Italian, Keli, devoted himself to similar crimes.

We are probably concerned with two tendencies which may exist contemporaneously, and each have its value.

One likes notes in a diary to be made contemporaneously and not “written-up” afterwards.

Contemporaneously with the Maias and the monkeys many other animals came into being, among them the dog.

Incidentally, I may say, that I have invented a means of bathing children contemporaneously, without having a large bath.


On this page you'll find 80 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to contemporaneously, such as: all at once, all together, jointly, simultaneously, synchronously, and unitedly.

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