concomitant

Part of speech: noun

An attendant circumstance.

Part of speech: adverb

Concomitantly.

Part of speech: adjective

Existing or occurring together; attendant.

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Usage examples "concomitant":

  1. Perspective is a concomitant of civilization. - "Guide to Life and Literature of the Southwest", J. Frank Dobie.
  2. Even Spencer did not really carry his evolution- formula throughout, for he admitted that " the development of Mind itself cannot be explained by a series of deductions from the Persistence of Force," though he covered his retreat by the suggestion that Mind is the subjective concomitant of the objective nervous system which has been evolved according to formula. - "Herbert Spencer", J. Arthur Thomson.
  3. Barbecue, if there were barbecue- was merely a concomitant of the feeding, not the whole thing. - "Dishes & Beverages of the Old South", Martha McCulloch Williams.