concomitant [ kon-kom-i-tuhnt ]
The word of the day is ‘concomitant.’
The word is an adjective, i.e., it adds more information about the noun or sentence.
No, the word is an adjective. Therefore, it does not have a past form.
4. Following as a consequence.
1. Hindi – Sahagaamee
2. Spanish – Concomitante
3. French – Concomitant
4. Mandarin – Bànsuí de
1. This might be called a law of association by concomitant variations.
2. There were other concomitant symptoms that we will not stop to enumerate.
3. It was the concomitant of his normal build and outlook on life.
4. I have found that cold, negative heat, is a concomitant of cold light.
5. The disposition can only manifest itself to us by concomitant movements.
Some synonyms of today’s word are:
an accessory, adjuvant, attendant, attending, belonging, coefficient, coeval, collateral, complementary, contemporary, coordinate, corollary, fellow, incident, joint, satellite, agreeing, ancillary, associated with, associative, coetaneous, coexistent, coincident, coincidental, concordant, concurrent, conjoined, conjoined with, connected, contemporaneous, coterminous, coupled with, in tempo, in time, isochronal, isochronous, synchronal, synchronous, synergetic, synergistic, accompanying, associated, related, linked, auxiliary, resultant, resulting, consequent etc.
accidental, chance, unrelated
Science is based solely on doubt-based, disinterested examination of the natural and physical world. It is entirely independent of personal belief. There is a very important, fundamental concomitant – that is to accept absolutely nothing whatsoever, for which there is no evidence, as having any fundamental validity.Harry Kroto
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